Looking for Love: The Anti-Cruelty Society's Cat & Dog of the Week

Looking for Love: The Anti-Cruelty Society's Cat & Dog of the Week


6-year-old hound/retriever mix

Miah is a gentle, sweet girl. She is quite social, but in some circumstances she can start out a bit reserved. She is a mature lady and may be perfect for someone looking for a mild-mannered, affectionate companion to enjoy a relatively low-key lifestyle. She is not a total couch-potato, though...she does enjoy chasing and bouncing around with a tennis ball, but she is often content to relax at your side once she's played for a bit. Miah loves to be near people and generally seems to prefer not to interact closely with dogs, so she may be happiest in a home where this preference could be accommodated. Miah will be a wonderful pet.


5-year-old domestic shorthair mix

Introducing Makenzie! Makenzie came to the shelter when someone in her family became allergic. Like Miah, Makenzie is a sweetMackenzie and gentle girl who starts off a bit shy, but warms up with soft pets and gentle words. Once settled into her new home Makenzie is sure to become a wonderful new family member who is lovable and cuddly. Hurry over to say hello, Makenzie would love to meet you!

The Anti-Cruelty Society is located at 510 N LaSalle, Chicago, IL 60654.

Adoption Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12pm - 7pm & Sat.-Sun. 12pm - 5pm

Visit www.anticruelty.org/adoptioninfo/ for adoption information.

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