Pick of the Litter: Baron

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Baron, chosen by Adoption Counselor, Denison Wilson.

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“My pick of the litter this month is Baron. He is our longest resident here at the shelter and really needs to find his forever home.  Baron is about two years old. He is an American Staffordshire and Lab mix. He is a very independent dog that really enjoys just lounging around in the yard catching some sun rays! While inside he is very content just hanging out with his people getting his head scratched and would probably be very easy to crate train. Even while at the shelter he has been one of our best dogs to keep his kennel clean so he would pick up on being house broken very easily. Baron would benefit from a quiet home that has limited traffic with new people and only older children.  If you are interested in Baron please fill out an application or stop on out to the shelter and meet this handsome boy!”

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Baron and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

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Pick of the Litter: Grover

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Grover, chosen by CBHS Adoption and Kennel Supervisor, Abby Cresap.

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“Grover was brought to us because the owner was moving and could not take him where they were going. The reason I chose him to highlight this month is because he was adopted from us in 2013 as a 5 year old dog and now he is 10. Senior dogs make wonderful companions and are often times over looked simply due to their age. Grover is potty trained and super easy going! He would make a great walking companion for anyone.  I hope someone opens their home to a wonderful, deserving senior boy!”
Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Grover and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

Pick of the Litter: Ringo

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Ringo, chosen by CBHS Medical Technician and Photographer, Abby Shannon.

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“Ringo is a guy who always has something to say! I think that’s what I love most about him. If you start talking to him, he will always respond, and keep talking to you until he has decided that he is bored with you rambling words and not speaking in cat. He has such a personality. He loves to lounge around, but he also wants to be close to you and know where you are. He will happily find a comfy spot in the same room and take a nap while you work on the computer or paperwork. When he isn’t striking up a conversation with you, he enjoys exploring little nooks around the building. He always uses his litter box, seems to know his name, and would make a fantastic companion. Don’t let his age scare you, the only thing that seems “old” about him is his old man “meow.” He hasn’t slowed down one bit! Older cats deserve a great home, too! As my favorite quote says, “Older cats are too old to climb your curtains, but not too old to climb in your lap.” I love Ringo!”

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Ringo and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

Pick of the Litter: Smoke

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Smoke, chosen by CBHS Adoption Counselor, Sabryna Leise.

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“I chose Smoke for this month’s Pick of the Litter because he’s a dog that tends to be over looked due to his breed. He’s a big ball of energy who will do just about anything if you have a treat in hand. Smoke has a lot of love to give to just about anyone who will show him some attention. This handsome boy needs a home with people who are going to give him the love and attention he has been waiting so patiently for here at the shelter. He would do great in an active home and may even be a good running buddy! Smoke is just a big puppy, and who doesn’t love puppies?! The one thing I can promise you about Smoke is that he will steal your heart just like he stole mine!”

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Smoke and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

Pick of the Litter: Justice

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Justice, chosen by Administrative Assistant, Caitlyn Wegner.

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“Justice is a “one of a kind cat”. She is a very sweet, yet independent lady. She will love on you, but will not constantly be under your feet. She is quite a large lady, which makes her even more special! She is definitely the queen of the cat room! She is the perfect cat, and anyone who adopted her would be lucky to have her!”

 

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Justice and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

Pick of the Litter: Walter

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Walter, chosen by CBHS Social Media Coordinator, Courtney Collins.

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“I choose Walter as this month’s Pick of the Litter because he is a sweet old man that deserves to find a nice loving home.  He is a gentle boy who loves to snuggle up to his favorite human. He also loves to play with toys from time to time; his favorite being a tennis ball! It is unknown if Walter has some hearing problems, or if he has selective hearing and we believe he is starting to go blind so he is looking for a home that will have patience with him. Walter has been at the shelter for a while now and I would really love to see him find his FURever home.”

 

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Walter and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

Pick of the Litter: Arlene

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Arlene, chosen by Adoption Counselor, Denison Wilson.

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“I chose Arlene for this month’s pick of the litter. Arlene is a big goofy girl that is full of personality and just loves everybody that she interacts with here at the shelter, especially if you have treats! She has a ton of love to give and will let you know with her coonhound howl when she isn’t getting enough attention. I think that Arlene is pretty much happy doing any activity if she is hanging out with her people.  This big happy girl will melt your heart when you get to know her so please give her a chance and open your heart and your home by giving her the fur-ever home she deserves!”

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Arlene and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.