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Meet Peach on Patch and a Few Others

Adoption fees for Peach and Kristen Dunst have been reduced to $50 at the Humane Society of Forsyth County.

Meet Peach, a handsome black and white short hair female born around May 31, 2010. She currently lives at the adoption center with lots of kitty roommates. She loves cuddling and petting and hopes to find her forever home soon.

Kristen Dunst, similar in markings as Peach, is a sweet black and white female born around May 6, 2010. Her most distinctive feature is her golden amber eyes. She currently lives at the adoption center in a room where she can roam with other kitties. Quite unexpectedly, she found herself to be a momma this spring. But is done raising her kittens and they have left the nest -- now it's her turn to find a forever home. She's very sweet and affectionate - easy going and likes to play. She too is waiting for her special human and forever home.

Tucker is a Dachshund born on Sept. 28, 2008. He is a handsome young man who simply has a love for life. He loves children. Every time a child walks by, Tucker's tail starts wagging. He plays great with other dogs and gives the most delicious kisses. He rides well in the car and just sits back and enjoys the ride. Tucker walks well on a leash, he does not pull in his harness at all. He is very laid back and mellow. Tucker is a wonderful dog!

Sassafras is a female Corgi mix born around June 21, 2011. She is a cutie pie with such a sweet disposition. She is very affectionate and loves to be loved on. She has the coloring, body build, and height of a Corgi. She has a short coat, which is great for easy grooming and care. Sassafras is awesome with other dogs. She knows basic commands and never has a potty accident in her kennel. 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • On Thursday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. join the Humane Society of Forsyth County Thrift Store for volunteer orientation. Perfect for those who want a refresher or are new to volunteering. Come hear about all of the volunteer opportunities and get a chance to meet several of the volunteer team leads and get your questions answered. Visit the volunteer page on the website to print, fill out, and bring a volunteer application with you

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