Meet Pets From Hopalong Animal Rescue On Furry Fridays!

Check out these pets along with a ton of other amazing pets at Hopalong Animal Rescue who deserve a great forever home!

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Meet April:

My name is April and I'm a very sweet girl! I'm a bit shy but listen very well! I'm super sensitive and love to lay on your lap! I love dogs, love walks, overall can be a couch potato! I do have spurts of energy and bounce around like a bunny! I'm currently being fostered at Happy Hound Doggie Day care and love it! The staff loves me and I get to play with dogs all day! But also get to go on walks and get extra cuddles! My bestie Hawke is also at Happy Hound and we love each other! He's also looking for a home!

Meet Hawke:

I'm Hawke! The cutest Husky boy ever! I'm currently at Happy Hound Doggie Day care having a blast! I love playing with dogs, giving people kisses and going on hikes!!! I'm looking for a super fun home that can take me on fun adventures and give me all the love!! My best friend at Happy Hound is April and she's also available for adoption! Check her out too!!!

Meet Allegra:

Allegra is a gorgeous Torbie teenage kitty that would love to be an adored princess in her new home. She will be a little shy to start but loves to introduce herself with affectionate cheek rubs to a welcoming hand. At this stage, she's more likely to want to run around and explore than be held for very long. A home where she could be more active would likely be best for her.

Meet Corn:

Siblings Pop and Corn landed at Hopalong as kittens that were quite frightened and feral. Over time, they've definitely blossomed and turned into beautiful young adults. Pop is shy but definitely likes to be around people. Corn (tortie) is stll very shy though but likes to watch people from a safe distance. They're both adorable together and very sweet and would be suited for a home that is not expecting lap kitties. Over time, with some trust building in an experienced kitty home, we think they will still be excellent indoor companions. Corn would benefit from being adopted with Pop, but could potentially be adopted separately. They havn't been exposed to young children or dogs but have been around other kitties. We would not recommend them for a home with young children given their shy natures. They are in Oakland and Hopalong would be happy to speak to you more about them!

Listen to Marcus and Corey every Friday to meet more adoptable pets!

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