Every creature taken in by Project
Jessie is cared for in a foster home. This lets us get to know them as
individuals - what they need, what their personality is like, what they
We love them and care for them - for
a short while or for a longer while - but eventually, each of them need
and deserve a permanent home.
These particular Project Jessie friends have been in care - but we would really love to have them in homes before the holidays.
Please help us by considering
adoption, or spreading their info to friends and family who are thinking
of adding a new companion to their family.
Anyone interested, can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-940-4712
Thank you! And have a wonderful holiday!
This gentle soul is Willow - young,
friendly and fabulous with everyone she has met. She is quiet and
unassuming, very people oriented and a joy to be around.
Five years ago, Izzy and her kittens
were adopted to a family. This fall, they all came back to us because
the family was having some troubles. Poor Izzy! Her kittens were adopted
together by a new family, but she is still waiting for a second chance.
She is 6 years young, good with other animals and loves to cuddle.
This handsome fellow would love to
have an active family to love. Perhaps with some kids to play and romp
with? Cooper is a young handsome boy with lots to offer. Great with
other dogs, he would love to have a canine friend as well.
This petite lady has a sad tale to
tell. Abandonned outside, she had several litters of kittens behind a
strip plaza, where the people helped by rehoming some of her kids - but
no one helped her. Now she is in from the cold, and loving it! But she
is still looking for a permanent place to call home.
Unfortunately, she has tested
positive for FIV. What does this mean? It means that now that she is
spayed, with good food and a low stress environment, she will probably
have a long and healthy life. She is a very sweet little lady. Would you
like to be her new friend?