Ralphie Girl, Gus Looking for Homes

Ralphie Girl

Ralphie GirlMy name is Ralphie Girl and I am the 6.5 year old mother of the 2 brothers, Dan and Clyde, and, Rachel Rae, my daughter. All 4 of us were surrendered, together, to Kitty Connection when our owner got evicted from his home. I am very friendly and lovable and can’t wait to be in a home again. I can be adopted alone or with one of my children…if you are looking for a ready made family…here we are!

Gus

Hello, my name is Gus and I am feeling very blue….. I am a 9-year-old Tibetan Spaniel and my family had to give me up suddenly when they lost their house. GusIt has been a very sad time for me. I’m so good and easy to take care of: feed me, take me out a couple times of day and let me snuggle up to you that’s all I am looking for. My family did the right thing and I am now with a foster family – one large dog, one small dog, a cat, and two kids! We are all getting along great!

I am a small dog but the top of my size charts for my breed at 16 lbs! If you don’t know about us we are very intelligent and more cat like than dog like! I love to sit by a window and watch what is going on in the world. I would love to live with a person or family that is not gone a lot during the day. I love my humans and need to spend quality time with them everyday. If you are looking for a dog that is GREAT and EASY, you have meet your man!

Adoption fee is $300

About Kitty Connection

Kitty Connection is a no-kill, all volunteer rescue based in Medford and dedicated to helping animals in need. KC provides foster homes for them until they are adopted into loving, forever homes.

Cats/dogs are sometimes temporarily staying at foster homes away from the area.

For more information or to make an appointment to see the animals, call 781-393-9995 or email kc@kittyconnection.net.

For more animals or to see videos, check out http://www.KittyConnection.net!

- Information and photos from Kitty Connection

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