LI's Adorable Adoptables is a weekly column by Allison Matos, a lifelong Long Island resident who has been advocating animal adoption since 2012. Allison's weekly posts highlight local animals in need of adoption, and cover general animal welfare topics as well.
So, are you ready to make the next move and adopt a pet? Read all about Finn, Noah and one very unique pooch named Brody.
At Last Hope Animal Rescue, you can meet an awesome dude named Finn. Finn was found in Central Islip this past winter, and couldn’t be happier to have been rescued. Finn is great with the shelter volunteers, and while he likes other cats, Finn would prefer being the king of a household and be an only cat. Finn is a youngster, estimated to have been born sometime 2013-2014. Please come by and see what an amazing personality he has. All the volunteers are saying he’s the cat’s meow!
Check out this handsome boy, Noah. This pooch with movie star good looks and a temperament to match is one handsome Husky mix. If his baby blue eyes aren’t enough to win you over, check out his short coat and a tail that curls into a complete circle. Noah loves to be with people and other dogs, and will do best in a home with a canine companion. Hurry, this Husky won’t be available for too long!
And right next door at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter, you can meet a very special pooch known as Brody. Brody is about 5 years old, super sweet, calm, and quite the social boy. Brody loves attention from people, and would rather solicit attention than play with toys or gnaw on his chewy. It’s recommended that Brody find his furever home with teens and up and as the only dog. Now, Brody may just be the most special dog you ever meet – this angel came into the shelter with both male and female body parts.
After multiple surgeries (Brody needed a spay, and a neuter), Brody is healthy and ready to be adopted. There is no special care that Brody will need, just an understanding owner. Please don’t let his uniqueness hold you back, Brody is an awesome boy and desperately deserves a home! For more information about Brody, contact the Town of Hempstead today!
Thanks for reading and please remember to help our homeless pets - never shop, always adopt!