An Inbox Filled With Cuteness

17 Jun

Maybe a tiny cute kitten is what you need?


——– Original Message ——–
Subject:     Tiny kitten for adoption
Date:     Mon, 15 Jun 2009 16:30:21 -0700
From:     Amanda Hughes <>

Hello my animal loving friends,

Last Friday, we rescued a 4-5 week old kitten who had been dumped on the side of the road on the corner of San Fernando & Chevy Chase.  This poor little guy was screaming and yelling for someone to pay attention to him.  Melissa grabbed him and now we are hoping to find him a new loving, permanent indoor home.  See the adorable attached picture.

He appears healthy and has been eating like a horse.  He has been playing and sleeping with a miniature pinscher at our house, and seems to have little fear around other cats or even big dogs.  He is playful, inquisitive, and affectionate and would do well in a hectic house – kids, pets, nothing seems to phase him.

If we have him for another week or so, we will be getting him fixed as early as vets will permit.  Or, we will be willing to release him to a responsible and experienced pet parent who will commit to getting him fixed as soon as he reaches the necessary minimum age.

If you are interested in learning more, seeing more pics, or scheduling a time to meet this little character, please email either me at this address or Melissa at, or feel free to call her at 323-717-2445 or me at 323-459-0840.

We’d certainly appreciate you circulating this to any potentially interested pet parents!

Thanks for caring,

Okay, so maybe some doggies:

Meet Brutus


Brutus is 140lbs, his owner can’t keep him due to the economy, contact Ace of Hearts

Brutus is a pure bred American Bulldog Classic. He is 10 years old, 140 lbs and has been fixed and micro-chipped. He has been a house dog for the 6 years I have had him and gets along very well with my Westie. They have been together the whole 6 years. He gets along well with everybody including children. He has been territorial with larger male dogs but no fights because of it. Both of his back knees were rebuilt years ago and are doing very well. He has had arthritis in the spine for more than 4 years but his mobility is good and arthritis has been controlled with Prednisone. He is a very loving dog and thinks that he is a small lap dog, which is definately not the case. He has not suffered from any other illnesses or injuries. He has been fed a good diet of Eukanuba since I got him. He has never had problems with chewing or damaging house and loves to play with rope and rubber dog toys. He also has all of his teeth and has never had any dental problems. He is just a big teddy bear that loves attention and loves to go for walks, but he spends the time walking me not the other way around.

Bam Bam The Perfect Pit

I know, you want someone a little older, a little wiser who is well trained and loves everyone and everything:

“Bam Bam” (A249848), 8 month-old pit bull mix at the Pasadena Humane Society is looking for a “forever home”! Please network this lovebug!


“Bam Bam” (A249848) has been at the Pasadena Humane Society since May 8th.  He was turned in to the shelter because his family had to move and couldn’t bring little Bam Bam along.  They said that he is housebroken, rides well in the car, and didn’t try to escape.  He was good with the children in the family, too.

Bam Bam has been very good with other dogs while he’s been here.  He has even been used as the “tester dog” by our behavior staff on numerous occasions.  He is very playful, but is a little bit unsure of himself.

Bam Bam participated in a Memorial Day parade with the mobile outreach unit, and had the opportunity to meet hundreds of people and a lot of dogs.  At the parade and the park afterward he was very appropriate- he loved meeting kids- he was very gentle and calm around them.  He knows the “sit” and “down” commands, and takes treats with a very soft mouth.  See him show off his “sit” on YouTube.

This wonderful dog is in the shelter at the wrong time.  As we take in more and more dogs, Bam Bam is constantly being overlooked.  We have been asked to get a commitment for Bam Bam by June 19th.

If you are able to rescue or adopt this darling boy, please contact the Pasadena Humane Society adoptions office at (626) 792-7151 x 137, Kevin at x 119 or Ute at x 117.  Or email Kevin at or Ute at

Kevin McManus
Mobile Outreach/Rescue Coordinator
Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA
361 S. Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
(626) 792-7151 x119

Puppies Puppies PUPPIES!

Fine.  Well you can’t say no to puppies, can you?

Can you???

Found Puppies 2009-06-16_1
This is from my friend Diane; these two very adorable puppies were dumped in her friend’s Shawnda’s yard, more info on them below but if you know anyone who can adopt, please give her a call: Shawnda 323-662-7818

From: Diane Edwardson []
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 10:23 AM
To: Diane Edwardson
Subject: more puppy photos

Pups dumped into my neighbor’s yard still need a home – both are female, 8-10 weeks old & expected to be about 20-30 lbs.  They’ve had their first set of shots.  Shawnda’s already training them to sit.  See attached photos.  If you can give them a home, call Shawnda, 323-662-7818.

2 Responses to “An Inbox Filled With Cuteness”

  1. Jenny June 17, 2009 at 5:20 pm #

    This isn’t helping my resolution to wait another year before adding any beings (furry or otherwise) to our household!

  2. Candy Blakeslee June 18, 2009 at 12:01 am #

    How do people just dispose of their animals??!! We found Norman on the street. He is the most wonderful once-in-a-lifetime dog! The person who dumped him really made a big mistake. Found animals…like the ones above…make the best pets.

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