Fur-ever Friends: Adoptable pets available March 12, 2019
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WJAC) - We're helping you find your "Fur-ever Friends" on 6 News at Sunrise with a new segment we are starting!
On the second Tuesday of every month, we are bringing an cat or dog live on the show and showcasing other adoptable pets across our area.
For our first time, Jessica Vamos, the executive director at the Humane Society of Cambria County brought a dog named Teddy. He is 12-years old and looking for a home. He is handsome, well-mannered and sweet. He is good with other dogs and cats.
If you are interested in Teddy or any other animals at the animal shelter, reach out to them. Their number is (814) 535-6116 and e-mail is email@example.com. You can also find them on Facebook or fill adoption form on their website.
Legion is a beautiful dog at the Humane Society of Somerset County. He had a rough past, he was found with a cable attached to his collar outside of a farmer's market and another dog bit him. He's been waiting for 6 months to find his fur-ever home! Legion is 5 or 6 years old and loves stuffed animals and holds them when he goes to sleep! He hopes to find his human to give him cuddles. If you want to adopt Legion, you can call the shelter at 814-443-2121. They also have a Facebook page and website.
Princess Twinkle Toes is a beautiful cat at the Huntingdon County Humane Society. Princess, for short, was sadly left in a dog crate at the animal shelter. The caring staff was able to save her and give her the care she needed! She loves to sit near humans and would make the perfect addition to any family! If you would like to adopt Princess, call the shelter at (814) 643-7387. They also have a Facebook page and website.
Angel is being fostered through Centre County Paws. She went to the shelter with her brother, Teddy. Angel is a Bichon Frise, Shih Tzu mix! She's 11 years old and is looking for a loving lap in a quiet home. IF you want to adopt Angel, you can call (814) 237-8722. They also have a Facebook page.