Friday, August 17, 2012
She's waiting for you at Berea Animal Rescue
Baby Zander is a year-old female cat waiting for a home at Berea Animal Rescue, 390 Barrett Rd., Berea. The tabby is house trained, spayed and up to date on her shots. The shelter is open 2-4 p.m. and 6:30-8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. on Saturay and Sunday.
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Maraschino needs a home
Maraschino, an eight-month-old female tabby with unique brown and white markings, wants to be in charge! She definitely likes things on her terms. She can be very playful, but not so much with other cats -- she's not sure if she likes them yet. When she's cuddly, she has a great purr and will do a good job keeping your lap warm. She can't wait to get into her forever home where she can finally be herself and relax. The Berea Animal Shelter is at 390 Barrett Rd., Berea, 44017.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
McKenna was dumped at Berea Animal Rescue by her family
McKenna doesn't like change and change is about the only constant shes had in her young life! She arrived at the shelter in a cardboard box, dumped there by the people she loved. She's always hoping someone will notice her and pet her, and then she hopes they'll never stop. McKenna would gladly go through the hassle of one more stressful move if it could be to a quiet forever home, with loving people. She is current on all vaccines and has been spayed. Berea Animal Rescue is at 390 Barrett Rd., Berea, 44017.
Sunday, July 15, 2012
At Berea Animal Rescue, they're calling him Mark Twain
Mark Twain is a 3-year old-gray-and-white male cat who bears a striking resemblance to the author himself. Like the author, Mark Twain the cat is very popular, and although he cannot write or talk, he makes everyone smile nonetheless. All Mark Twain desires is a warm lap to lie in, a big window to look out of, and an owner that will cherish him as much as he will cherish them in return. He's waiting at Berea Animal Rescue, 390 Barrett Rd., Berea, 44017.
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Wilson is at Berea Animal Shelter
Wilson is a 12 year-old, declawed, gray male tabby whose calm and charming demeanor has won many hearts at the shelter. He is a lot like Wilson (Tom Hank’s companion) in “Castaway" --he is loyal, understanding, and is known to be an excellent listener. Can you help out a senior cat? Meet him at Berea Animal Rescue, 390 Barrett Rd., Berea, 44017.
Sunday, June 10, 2012
She's waiting for a home at Berea Animal Rescue
Margo, a 4-year-old ibrown tabby cat with white markings, is as sweet as they come! Margo has an adorable round face to match an equally adorable round body. She’s a quiet cat who doesn’t demand attention, but as soon as you open her cage door she jumps up and is ready for a head rub or a belly scratch. She can’t wait to get out of her little cage and stretch her legs in a home that will be hers forever. Berea Animal Rescue is at 390 Barrett Rd., Berea, 44017.
Sunday, May 27, 2012
She's waiting to be adopted at Berea Animal Rescue
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Sunday, May 27, 2012
Easter is a celebration of spring and of miracles. Easter the cat, a 6-year-old calico, was brought to us on Easter Day and her spirit was so vivacious and lively that we could not think of a better name for her to match her spring-like personality. She has the most adorable little face and is known to be a very sweet girl who would make a wonderful addition to any home. If you need an Easter miracle, look no further. Easter will surely “resurrect” your happy home. Berea Animal Rescue is at 390 Barrett Rd., Berea.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
She's looking for a home of her own
Jo-Jo is a 1-year-old female cat with black and white tuxedo markings. She hates being in her cage. All she wants to do is get out and play. Jo-Jo adores meeting new people and can’t wait to be in her own home so she can run as much as she wants and nap wherever she pleases. Jo-Jo would definitely prefer to be your one and only, so needs to be the only cat in the household. Berea Animal Rescue is at 390 Barrett Rd., Berea, 44017.
Monday, May 7, 2012
Berea Animal Rescue has stepped in to find homes for the Allen family's three dogs and two cats
Two cats left homeless after the shootings at Cracker Barrel April 12 are now up for adoption. Animal Warden Mike Roth took three dogs from the Allen family's Shurmer Road home the night of the shooting, and later acquired the cats. Usually, Strongsville holds animals for a few days and then turns them over to the county. But in this case, Roth contacted Berea Animal Rescue, which runs a no-kill shelter, and asked for help. The shelter agreed to take the pets and find them new homes. Two of the dogs are in foster care and may have already found new owners, shelter representatives said. Sophie, a bloodhound, is at the shelter, 390 Barrett Rd., but someone is also interested in adopting her. Roth said he agreed to hold the pets until …
Sunday, May 6, 2012
He's waiting for a home at Berea Animal Rescue
Tahini is a 4-year-old male all-black cat with an adorable round face. Tahini does great meeting new people and he gets very excited when people come by his cage. He has a great purr and shows it off often. He is a little nervous at the shelter but is turning into a very sweet boy with lots of love and joy to give to a lucky family. Could that be you? Berea Animal Rescue is at 390 Barrett Rd., Berea.