Will you bring your same-sex SO home for the holidays?
Here are some amazing dogs and cats we met on our trip to the Richmond SPCA. Adoption fees are covered for the rest of the year thanks to a matching program with Priority Automotive.
Read more about the free-adoption program going on until the end of 2012 here.
6-year-old brindle pit bull terrier mix
Eligible for our Seniors for Seniors program: http://www.richmondspca.org/page.aspx?pid=659
1.5-year-old white and spotted Treeing Walker Coonhound and Greyhound mix
3-year-old tan American Staffordshire Terrier and Viszla mix
8-year-old tan Chihuahua mix
Eligible for our Seniors for Seniors program
3-year-old white and spotted Parson Russel Terrier and Chihuahua mix
1.5-year-old brindle pit bull terrier mix
6.5-year-old grey and white domestic shorthair cat
4.5-year-old tabby domestic shorthair cat
3.5-year-old orange tabby domestic shorthair cat
“When I’m there and I’m present, it forces them to see me as one of them and see [gays] as not deviant but something that’s a fact of life and something they have to come to terms with,”
The kitten at the top of the page was my last foster kitten. She is spunky and delightful, and I’m so happy you ate showing her picture and giving her another chance at a good home. Thank you!
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