Sweet German Shepherd Susie Seeks Home
Also, check out Akira, a black cat available for adoption from Heartland Humane Society.
Susie is a sweet shepherd mix that was tied to the Five Acres Animal Shelter gate in a hail storm. They brought her in and gave her a second chance. This sweet girl is still waiting to find her forever home. Susie would make a great family dogs and likes kids. She is 6 years old, does well with other dogs and is potty trained. She likes going for walks and will sit for a treat.
Five Acres Animal Shelter is a 501c3 nonprofit organization located in St. Charles. Our mission is to end pet homelessness, promote responsible pet ownership and advocate for animal welfare. We are the only no kill shelter in St. Charles County and rely completely on private support. We rescue and find homes for hundreds of dogs and cats every year. In addition to our adoption program, we have a humane education program and Animeals pet food pantry for low income pet owners. To learn more about our shelter visit www.fiveacresanimalshelter.org and follow us on Facebook.
Akira is a very small and very shy girl. She is very docile, loves other cats, loves to get brushed and petted; but will always be shy and easily frightened. A quiet home with no dogs or active small kids is a must; she would just spend her life hiding. She will hide until she is convinced you are not actually going to harm her. Any new pet parent will have to be the one to initiate a relationship and will have to work at establishing trust and a bond. A predictable routine is necessary for her comfort levels. Akira will probably not exceed five or six pounds fully grown. She is spayed, up to date on all shots, negative for FIV and FeLV, treated for parasites, and micro chipped. Akira is Heartland #7756
The Heartland Humane Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit group of dedicated foster homes that gives abandoned, abused, and unwanted animals another chance for loving, permanent homes through our adoption program, following the no-kill philosophy. We reduce pet overpopulation in our community through collaboration with veterinarians, animal welfare organizations, and supportive individuals and organizations by providing affordable spay/neuter procedures and humane education. Heartland Humane Society of Missouri is funded by adoption fees, donations, fundraising events, grants and tributes.
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