No Pet Left Behind

No Pet Left Behind Adoption Promotion

Adoption fees are waived for these animals!


Hi friends-I'm Raspberry. I can't wait to get to know you, so let me tell you a little about me! I'm pretty independent and sweet as can be! Some of my hobbies include napping, watching the birds outside, and hanging out with you, my new best friend! So, what do you say I find out some more about you, and we can see if we're a match!


I'm Bullaro, and my personality is just as unique as my name! I'm just a year old and still full of puppy energy! I'm still working on my manners, but treats are always a great motivation for me to learn. I may be over 50 pounds, but I'm still just a sweet lap dog, ready to shower you with kisses! If you're ready for a new best friend, set up an appointment to come say hi, I can't wait to meet you!


Phoebe's name comes from an ancient Greek goddess of the moon, one who symbolizes brightness and radiance. If you ask us, she lives up to her namesake purr-fectly! She can be very shy in new environments, so please expect her to start off as more of a crescent moon in a new home. However, given enough time to settle in, she will light up your entire life! In fact, if you come meet her at SICSA, she'll likely run right up to you to say, "Hi!" Phoebe LOVES other cats, and would likely do best with a confident cat to help her adjust to her new home. She also enjoys snacking on crunchy treats and playing with ribbon toys. This girl is beautiful inside and out, just needs a home that understands she will take some time before shining at her brightest. Could that home be with you?


PJ is a WILD CARD - sometimes sweet and affectionate, other times temperamental and swatty...and sometimes both at the same time. He loves to chill up high or on the catio, but gets some pretty wild zoomies throughout the day. Watch out when he is in wild boy mode! He will occasionally go for ankles. He LOVES the rainbow string toy and seems to be less likely to get overstimulated and spicy if you play with him first. In spite of his grumpy streak, he's a very nice cat, just a bit of a nut.


Brandon is the name and playing is my game! I tend to come on pretty strong, but my friends at SICSA are working with me on my manners. I would love to find a home with an experienced owner who has time to help me be the good boy I know I can be! If you give me a chew toy, I can even curl up on the couch with you! I just know we'd be best friends in no time, so give me a chance to show you what a great pup I can be!

Whole Wheat

Whole Wheat is available from foster, here's what her foster mom had to say about her: Whole Wheat was caught in a trap meant for a different cat escapee at SICSA. Despite being an ear-tipped cat, Whole Wheat LOVES the indoor cat life! With regular food, plentiful treats, a playful cat friend and shelter from bad weather, who could blame Whole Wheat for not missing outdoor colony cat life? Indoor life also helps keep her white "socks clean! To put her at ease, Whole Wheat needs to be adopted into a home with another playful cat. She needs a patient handler/family as she still hates being petted or brushed. Whole Wheat is currently a, "look but don't touch, kind of cat, but that will probably change with time as her trust builds.


Logan is currently in a foster home, and here's what his foster mom had to say about him: People probably ask themselves why a dog has been in a shelter for so long and automatically assume that there's something bad about the dog or something wrong with it. Let me just say that this is not the case with Logan! I don't understand how he could have been in different shelters for a total of 3 1/2 years. That's heart breaking! If anyone deserves to be spoiled in a loving home with a loving family, it's him! He just needed time and a chance in a home to show off just how awesome he is. I have only had him for about 3 weeks and am super impressed with his progress. He was highly sensitive to all of his new surroundings at first and was scared to be left alone. I knew he wouldn't do well in a cage and (in my opinion) should never have to be in a kennel or cage again in his life. I began leaving him for 5 minutes and now I can leave him for 4 hours in the house. Yes, left out in the house! He doesn't touch a thing! Logan loves everybody he meets, especially kids! He doesn't leave my grand kids sides when they're here. Oh, and he gives their faces a nice bath! Yes, he loves giving kisses and loves snuggling. He will be by your side whenever possible. He's quite the couch potato and sleeps in bed with me. We go on 2 walks a day, weather permitting. He's only pulled hard a few times and is on high alert when it comes to squirrels and bunnies, but that is getting better every day. He can be redirected pretty quick. He loves to sniff a lot on walks, so I let him. He has never shown any signs of aggression. He is completely potty trained. He will go to the back door or give his pitiful whine when he wants to go out. He likes being dried off when it's raining and will let you wipe off his paws. Such a good boy! He will bring you a toy when he wants to play. Likes to fetch, but would prefer that you chase him to get it back rather than dropping it. Loves tennis balls! He will destroy stuffed toys or toys with squeakers. Luckily, he doesn't eat the insides. He just makes a little mess. Definitely needs durable toys. He also loves blankets. Logan is very smart too! He knows how to sit, shake, lay down and roll over. If he does do something he's not supposed to, he immediately stops when told no. He truly feels bad if he thinks he's in trouble. You should see that face! He started to dig one hole in my yard, I took him to the hole and told him no very firmly. He has not dug a hole since. He has not destroyed one thing in my house. He gets along very well with the neighbors dogs at the fences. No excessive barking outside and doesn't bark at all on walks. He does bark when someone comes to the door, if he hears a vehicle door shut or if he sees an animal outside. Hello, he is a dog If the barking gets intense, I stand up and tell him "enough and he will stop. He loves to go bye bye, so gets very excited in a vehicle. We will start working on that next. I'm sure he'll ace that just like he has everything else. He is very obedient and wants to please. This boy has so much love to give and has quite the personality! I think his transition into a new home will go very well! He has come so far in such a short period of time and I'm so proud of him! There is no reason why this amazing dog shouldn't get adopted!!!