Furry Fridays On Star 101.3

Furry Fridays On Star 101.3

Help us find forever homes for adoptable pets every week on Star 101.3's Furry Fridays


Furry Fridays: These Marin Humane Pets Are Available For Adoption!

Check out these pets along with a ton of other amazing pets from Marine Humane who deserve a great forever home!

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Meet Tamari:

Meet Tamari, a dog with a heart full of magic. Her tale is one of curiosity and enchantment. Once upon a time, she was a resident of a mystical forest, where she played with the fairies and danced with the butterflies. One day, while chasing a glittering will-o'-the-wisp, she found herself in the human world. Lost and confused, she was found by kind-hearted shelter workers. Despite her unique journey, Tamari's spirit remains unbroken. She's sweet, playful, and always ready to make you laugh with her goofy antics. Her energetic personality is contagious, and she has a knack for making friends. She's a true testament to the saying, 'It's not about where you come from, but who you choose to be.' Tamari is ready to sprinkle her magic into your life. Adopt her and be ready for a lifetime of love, laughter, and unforgettable adventures.


Meet Dewey:

Dewey is looking for a home that's ready to revolve their world around him. He looooooves training and is a super fun dog to work with. Dewey is also a great hiking companion and wants to be a part of your everyday activities. If you're looking for a dog to do dog sports with--like agility, lure racing, flyball, or scenting--Dewey is a great candidate! He's an incredibly smart and motivated dog. Dewey is not the kind of dog who has a walk a day, then chills on the couch. If he doesn't receive enough physical and mental stimulation, he makes bad choices. Being that he's some kind of Min Pin/terrier/Chihuahua mix, he loves to chase. A home with young, fast-moving kids will not be a good fit for Dewey. With time and training, he could become a good dog for a couple who doesn't currently have children but may in the future. He's just not ready for kids right now.

Dewey has spent the past month in board and train and has gained some great foundational training. He's also housetrained, crate trained, and good with most dogs, especially dogs under ~35lbs. His adopters will get a free session with Dewey's trainer, in addition to the free post-adoption behavior assistance that comes with all Marin Humane adoptions.


Meet Theresa:

Theresa came in to another shelter as a stray with an injured eye that had to be removed. We don't know her history before that, but we are ready to help her start a happy future. She is a sweet girl who seeks out attention and likes petting. She might even make a good "lap cat" for the right lap! And just look at that cute bubblegum pink nose of hers.

Because having one eye will reduce her field of vision, Theresa should stay indoors with the exception of a secure "catio" enclosure. She may also not be able to jump onto high things (at least not yet!) so her food and water should be kept down low for now. However she should otherwise be unaffected, as cats seems to adjust really well to only having one eye.

We hope Theresa's "difference" doesn't dissuade potential adopters from giving her a second look (ha!) because she really is a great cat.

Meet Rocky Road:

Super cute and soft Rocky Road was dumped by someone in Tiburon. They must have thought that a domestic rabbit could survive out in the wild, but that's not the case. Fortunately she was found before any harm or worse could come to her. We sent her to gain some confidence and get a break from the noisey shelter. She settled in quickly and here's what her foster "mom" tells us about her:

It's been so enjoyable watching Rocky Road come out of her shell. She'll need a quiet household where she can be calm to show her new family her funny personality. She loves to have space to run around and explore. Like most rabbits she doesn't enjoy being picked up but is fine being petted for just a few minutes. She doesn't seem to like other pets in the house. It appears she wants her humans all to herself! She has a very sassy personality so would do better with a rabbit savvy household. Rocky Road loves playing with stacking cups and woven chew balls. She also does really well free roam. She's been free roam (even at night) for at least a month now and hasn't chewed on anything she isn't supposed to. And, she gets more active when I'm around! She seems to enjoy the extra attention. With the right family, she'll grow even more confident and relax quickly. A home with no children would be best because she is easily startled by movement/noises. Her favorite veggies are bok choy, romaine and the occasional small piece of banana as a treat. Rocky Road is such a love and so deserves a second chance with a family that will keep her safe and sound inside..of course!

Plus - for the whole month of February, adoption fees are waived for all bunnies!

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