On a second note - I adopted a cat from them a few years back. The cat was given to me and told it was in good health. They completely
they try to cover it up by calling them "terriers"
no cocker spaniel, no shepards, no Scotties, no yorkies, no mutts..
..just terrier, terrier, terrier, terrier, terrier, terrier (pitbulls)
...gee, wonder where all these "terriers"
We called Monmouth and they advised that they could not assist, as my mother in law resided in Middlesex county, outside their county. We we were finally able to place her in a good home due to Pet Finders. While we give 100% support to their efforts to relocate pets from Puerto Rico and Texas, I am somewhat confused by the response we received.
*That face you make when you’re waiting for your food in the microwave 😋*
And what better name for this delicious looking boy that Queso! Queso came to the MCSPCA when a Good Samaritan spotted him wandering around with a bleeding mouth ☹️ It turned out Queso had severely inflamed gums and it was causing him a lot of pain but luckily our staff took great care of him and he’s feeling much better! We did end up finding Queso’s owners but they decided they couldn’t care for him s...o now he’s looking for his new forever home ❤️ Queso is a 5 year young mushy lover-boy who’s looking for a home where he can snuggle and be someone’s constant companion! Queso loves people and other kitties so we think he’d fit in PURRfectly, anywhere! We’re open all weekend + Monday from 12-7 so stop in to meet Q and all of the other adorable adoptables we have available! For more info email or adoption center at firstname.lastname@example.org 🐱
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