Happy New Year
Welcome to 2017, everyone. We hope you had a wonderful holiday with your 2- and 4-legged family members. How are your New Year’s Resolutions going? (BTW… If you haven’t decided on any, it’s not to late. Here are some of our favorites.)
Not surprisingly eating better and exercise more tops this list, as well as “The most common New Year’s Resolutions” list for humans as well. Speaking of… how’s that diet going?
We imagine at day 5 of the New Year, you’re probably craving all of the junk food you cut out. We say this with no judgement btw… we are speaking from experience (we’d do anything for a cupcake).
Why not satisfy your sweet tooth and adopt one of these adoptable cuties with sinfully-sweet names! They might just happen to fill your heart with so much love, you’ll forget how much you are craving pizza right now.
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Meet Our Adoptable Pets
Sugar (ID 547779)
You know what they say… “Sugar, spice, and everything nice.” Well, Sugar is just about as sweet and nice as it gets. She’s a playful 2 year old, housebroken girl who loves to be cuddled.
Oreo (ID 567540)
This black and white female shorthaired rabbit loves to chill. Don’t let her name fool you, though. This girl is all about the vegetables. She’ll help keep you on your diet!
Butterscotch (ID 567976)
Butterscotch and her sister Cocobean (ID 567978) are two very unique guinea pigs. Not only are they housebroken, but they love dogs and are used to free roaming around the house. Satisfy your sweet tooth with these two candy cuties.
Peanutbutter (ID 567410)
This nutty little guy came to us before the holiday break and is still waiting for his forever home. He’s mellow, lovable, and just loves to spread out and relax.
Churro (ID 566052)
This critter, who is named after a fritter, is 2 years old… but he has a puppy’s enthusiasm! Like his name suggests, he’s super sweet. He’s afraid of loud noises, though, so he is currently living in a foster home but is available for adoption.
The adoption fee for adult dogs is $100, and your adoption fee includes microchipping, spay/neuter, basic vaccinations, a bag of Purina ONE food and more. You can adopt 2 pocket pets (like rabbits and guinea pigs) and pay one adoption fee. For more details call the Humane Society of Broward County at 954-989-3977 ext. 6. To see who else needs a home visit www.humanebroward.com
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