Gwen and Gunner’s Pet(s) Of The Week
Pet of the Week is ALWAYS brought to you by The Barking Lot of Midland!
Meet Cici and Shin!
Double the love! This bonded pair couldn’t be more adorable if they tried! Cici (Left) is an 8 year old Chihuahua mix who is spayed and up to date on all her vaccinations. Shin (right) is Cici’s son. He is a 7 year old male Chihuahua mix who is neutered and up to date on all of his vaccinations as well. Cici and Shin came to the shelter 4 years ago after their owner passed away. They are what we call a bonded pair. This means they have to be adopted together. Little Shin is a Mama’s boy and wants to be where she is. They are both very friendly and warm up quickly to new people, especially when a treat is involved! They love to be petted and enjoy playing or just snuggling on a blanket.
Shin loves to bury himself in his blanket and sometimes you can only see his little nose! What is unique about Shin is he only has three legs. He came to the Sanctuary this way and how he lost his leg is unknown. Shin doesn’t let that slow him down for a second! He runs and jumps up on furniture just fine. Cici is just wiggles and love! Her tail wags a million miles an hour and she can’t get enough pets! Cici and Shin would do well in any home with the exception of one with small children. They get along well with cats and other dogs and love people! Do you have room in your home and your heart for this adorable pair? Come see them at Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals during visiting hours Every day accept Thursday from 1-4:30pm. Because they must be adopted together their adoption fee is only $100 for both!
Come see them today at the Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals--4200 Fairgrounds Road in Midland! And be sure to visit The Barking Lot of Midland!! The Barking Lot--Kennel free playtime for your fur baby.... They also offer 24 hour 7 day a week Kenneling, Nail trim with bath, birthday parties, and Dog and people training! Its a tail wagging good time!
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