Photography by Lara Blair
August 23rd, 2017

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As sad as we are to post this, my wife and I are looking to rehome our beloved 5 year old Bengal (F4) Ollie. We are both new medical professionals that cannot give him the care and attention Bengal’s need. We have had him since he was an 8 week old kitten. He has a very easy temperament and is affectionate and nice to strangers. He has shown some anxiety by licking his back and has lost some fur. We recently moved here from NYC into another small apartment and with all the recent stress his anxiety appears worse. With our busy schedule and tight quarters, we conclude it is not fair to Ollie. We think he would do better in a larger place and perhaps be the only pet or be with another very calm, non bossy pet. We are anxious to have this happen fairly quickly. He is a wonderful, stunning pet. He just needs a calm, quiet home and with a family who has time to give him the time and TLC we can no longer provide

Please contact Susan at susanchodroff@gmail.com if you would like to meet Ollie!






August 1st, 2017

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JoJo:
Orange cats are known for being loving, cuddly, and talkative. I did not know this until I met JoJo and said, “This is the best cat I have ever met” and was promptly told that no one is surprised. He sleeps on top (or at least touching) my husband and I every night, greets us at the door by talking and plopping over to show his back, and loves being near us almost at all times. He can lay back and do his own thing and is accustomed to long working schedules but makes sure you know he missed you at the end of the day. He is overall the sweetest, most easy-going, gentleman cat I have ever met. He has lived with my husband and I for years but his history states he lived in a house with dogs and children and got along great with all of them. He was friendly and calm with any guests we had, including our young nieces. JoJo has hyperthyroidism and does need a medication once daily. He is currently taking a liquid, chicken flavored dose and is easy to med. He has no other health concerns.

Eliot:
Eliot is a sweet lady and loves pets and attention. She purrs like a passing truck and talks loudly near mealtime. She has a funny personality and she loves chasing. Strings, food, and pets from her people are her favorite things. She also loves high places. Her previous home included many cats and 2 dogs and it was reported that she was intimidated by the constant noise and her living companions. She may not do as well with a rowdy home or with aggressive animals. She did very well when our young nieces and any other guests came to visit and harassed them often for loves. She is not well suited to be an outdoor cat. She loves the indoor life as long as there is a high place and consistent food. She did escape once this year and we concluded she doesn’t know to come inside after she has been out. She has hyperthyroidism. The medication we give her is chicken flavored, once daily and she does great for that. She has a funny game with my husband where she sits on the highest tower of the cat tree and tries to gently bat him as he passes if he doesn’t reach up to pet her. Her favorite game with me is where I pet her chest and try to pull away before she can object by putting her paw on my hand. She is also used to long schedules and can do her own thing but thrives with daily loves.

If you are interesting in giving JoJo and Eliot a new home, please contact Samira at samira.seeber@gmail.com

 






August 1st, 2017

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Toby is a 12 year old Boykin Spaniel who was rescued from the Sherwood Equestrian Facility and is being fostered by Mark Lucas of Portland Oregon. Toby is a kind and gentle 12 year old Boykin Spaniel. He enjoys his short walks to the park several times a week. He gets along well with his foster brother and sister Buddy and Lady who are Cocker Spaniels. He shows no aggression toward cats or small dogs. He’s truly a sweet kind boy. He is doggy door trained and hasn’t had any accidents since he’s been in his foster home. Toby loves his food and treats but is on a reduced meal and treat plan since he is a bit overweight. Toby would love to find a nice calm home where he can be loved and cared for during his senior years. If anyone knows of someone who would open their heart and home to Toby please get in contact with Mark Lucas (cmg911sc@aol.com). If you would like to meet please email me to arrange a time and place to meet Toby.






July 20th, 2017

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I have a 10 year old petite, 6 lb black cat named Jenga.  I adopted her 8 years ago from a no kill shelter in Florida. Unfortunately the dynamics in my home have changed and I live with my girlfriend who has a service dog.  
Jenga and the dog do not get along and Jenga would prefer to be an only animal. She was a sweet, cuddle cat before living with the dog.I’m seeking a loving, quiet forever home for her. I know that if she wasn’t in the environment that she’s in now that she’d be back to her old self; a sweet lap cat who love to purr and loves her people. She is spayed and microchipped and FIV/FELV negative.
 
Please feel free to email me at splendora97@yahoo.com back or call/text me at 813-295-1452.  





July 15th, 2017

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Brody is a 13 year old short-haired light brown Dachshund. He is 18 lbs and currently located in Everett, and hes desperately in need of a new home!

Brody really enjoys cuddling and taking walks around the neighborhood. He loves to play with other dogs and people, and also enjoys chewing on his bones and toys.

He shows lots of affection to people and gets very excited when his owner would get home. At night he really enjoys cuddling and being close to his owner. Although hes only been in his current owners care for a short time, he shows heart-warming affection and she says “He is one of the most good natured and sweetest dogs that I’ve ever met!”

He is neutered and has his vet record available and he is up to date on all his vaccines. The current owner says he is friendly with other dogs and children, hes leash trained and travels well in a car. He is house trained and knows some basic commands but may become anxious if left alone for too long.

Please help this wonderful little dog find a place in a rescue so he has his chance at his forever home! If you or anyone you know can help, please share this email or contact his current caretaker, Curt at (971) 217-0973 or curtchristie77@gmail.com.






June 22nd, 2017
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Looking for a playful, beautiful, smart kitty? Taco might be your match. We adopted her 4 months ago from a private party, and this little gal is not settling into our home very well. We have a dog that makes her very anxious. And I believe she would thrive in a pet free home. She’s super smart, she has done some fetching in her time with us. And she loves to play! She could probably easily learn some tricks if someone took a little time with her. She is a little over a year old and has all her paperwork. She’s spayed and comes with a really nice cat carrier, litter box, food and a few toys.  503-810-7493 katsloan23@gmail.com






June 19th, 2017

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My name is Mabel! I am a sweet hound mix and I sure do love being around people. They tell me that I’m about eight years old, and I’m really settling into life as a mellow middle-aged gal. I’m happiest when I get to stick to my routine of snoozing, snuggling with my people, taking my daily walk, and snoozing some more in the back yard. I’m not much for fetch or other games, I really just prefer to pony up next to my person and take it all in.

I would love to find a family who is able to hang out with me more often than not. I don’t mind spending some time by myself, but I think we can all agree that life is better when spent with your buddies!

I would thrive in a loving home with an experienced dog owner. Unfamiliar dogs make me nervous until we get a chance to really get to know each other. I’m also not too keen on sharing a home with cats. Cats are for chasing. I would do best in a home without small children.

In return, I will offer you endless loyalty and be your most adoring companion. If interested in adopting me, please email yourfriendmabel@gmail.com for more details!






June 19th, 2017

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Meet little AERO, a 6 year old, long haired black and tan male Dachshund. Little AERO is a sweet, loving and handsome little special needs doxie who is looking for a loving, forever family of his very own. His current human family finds themselves unable to care for his needs, so they have reached out to Oregon Dachshund Rescue, Inc. to help him. You see, little AERO experienced an injury to his back and now gets around with wheels, which he loves to do. AERO cannot stand on his own. He needs assistance expressing his bladder and bowels. According to his current family, AERO is car trained, leash trained and friendly with everyone (except cats). He doesn’t like cats and barks at other animals (even on TV), but enjoys all people and LOVES going for walks. 

With this in mind, AERO will likely do best in a doxie savvy family with a stay at home parent (retired or work from home) who is able to help care for his special needs and perhaps only older children (over the age of 12), who are sensitive to the special needs of Dachshunds.

Unfortunately, ODR, Inc. is over-full and cannot take this little Doxie in. If you or anyone you know can help, please share this email or contact his current caretaker, Curt at (971) 217-0973 or curtchristie77@gmail.com.







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