CRITTERS OF THE WEEK
Lucky is hoping his name is a good omen for the future because his past hasn’t been so great. He was rescued from an abusive situation and has undergone physical therapy for a broken jaw, which will require him to eat only soft foods the rest of his life. Yet none of this has affected his loving and cuddly personality. Lucky, who’s a 12-pound, 4-year old Jack Russell terrier/Chihuahua mix, is playful, crate trained, and loves dogs, cats, and older kids.
For more details, contact Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his web page under Adoptable Dogs. You can also begin the adoption process on the web site by completing an online Adoption Application.
Hi! Just wanted to give you an update on Pip. We had her for almost a year and a half now and she brought so much happiness in our loves. She espically has enjoyed that we are home more now so she can get more pets. Also recently we addddd a another cat our family named Hayden who was also from Castaway Critters. The two of them have became fast friends and they spend the day playing and cuddling. She has became more confident and energetic with a young soul around. Attached are some photos of the two of them.