Pick of the Litter: Grover

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Grover, chose by CBHS Intake Coordinator, Zach Stamp.

 

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“Grover is my pick of the litter because of how kind and loving he is. Anytime I see someone interacting with him, he’s always wagging his tail and cuddling. He’s an older fella, but that doesn’t stop him from chasing toys and eating treats! If you’re looking for an older guy with a young spirit, this dog is for you. Come on out to Cedar Bend to meet this lovable pup!”

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Grover and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm., Thursday and Friday until 7:00pm through August 31st. The adoption center is closed on Mondays.

Pick of the Litter: Bart

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Bart, chosen by CBHS Adoption Counselor, Kody Gentry.

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“Bartholomew, Bart for short!

Bart is our third longest cat resident and I don’t understand why! I believe because of his independent nature Bart tends to be overlooked or misunderstood because everyone loves the fluffy, cuddly. What people don’t see is that Bart still has so much to offer!

If you’re looking for a fun, entertaining boy who just wants to live his life to the fullest, Bart is your man! He has so much personality! I’m constantly laughing at his silly antics whether he’s running around after invisible things or turning milk lids into the ultimate toy. When he’s not playing, he is lounging and enjoying a bowl of kibble. He likes his space but he loves a good petting session, too!

Something to keep in mind about Bart is that although he is fun and wild, he likes his space from other cats. He would do best in a home either without a cat or with a cat that will give him purrrsonal space. He would do great with a play mate as long as this playmate is fine letting Bart be the boss man.

I really hope that Bart doesn’t have to be here much longer. He would be so happy in a place with space that allows him to run around and expend his energy. He has the ability to put a smile on all the Cedar Bend Humane Society staff’s faces every day with his ability to find fun in everything! Someday soon I hope he meets his fur-ever family so that he can make them laugh as much as he does for me!”

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Bart and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm., Thursday and Friday until 7:00pm through August 31st. The adoption center is closed on Mondays.

Pick of the Litter: Spike

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Spike, chosen by CBHS Adoption Counselor, Ryan Vasquez.

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“The reason I chose Spike to be this month’s Pick of the Litter was because he is one of Cedar Bend Humane Society’s longest dog residents! I am shocked this amazing dog has not been adopted by now. Spike is full of love and affection. I visit him every day and he rests his big goofy head on my shoulder. He is just happy to be sitting with me. Spike is a staff favorite, who everyone loves. He is one of my favorite dogs that have ever wagged their tail through CBHS. He can have a lot of energy and gets very excited for walks. He appreciates snuggling on a comfy blanket and he absolutely loves anyone who will give him a good belly rub. He loves any toy you could give him, and especially likes stuffed toys that squeak! He has a very handsome under bite that makes him look as sweet as they come. Spike would do great in any home ready to love him and all of his goofy qualities. If you want a dog who will love you and stay forever loyal, adopt Spike!”

 

Visit the Cedar Bend Humane Society in Waterloo to meet Spike and fill out an adoption application. Our adoption center is open Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm., Thursday and Friday until 7:00pm through August 31st. The adoption center is closed on Mondays.

Pick of the Litter: Zeus

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Zeus, chosen by CBHS Adoption Counselor, Ben Rettinger.

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“Zeus is my pick of the litter because of his awesome and outgoing personality. He is always one of the first cats to greet the CBHS staff in the morning. If you are looking for a playful new buddy, this is the cat for you. He is extremely athletic and loves to climb! Come meet my pick of the litter, Zeus!”

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

Pick of the Litter: Brittney

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

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“I chose Brittney for Pick of the Litter this month because not only is she an awesome dog, but she is one of the longest dog residents currently at Cedar Bend. Brittney is in search of a home where she is the only fur-kid. She is not too fond of cats, and is very picky about what other dogs she likes. I think Brittney would make an excellent running partner with a little training, she has a lot of energy and is really fun to play with! She also is eager to learn, like most others of her breed she has a need to please people which will make her an excellent companion. Brittney deserves a second chance, please come adopt her today!”

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

Pick of the Litter: Shenzi

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

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“Shenzi came to the shelter with her 7, 2 week old kittens in October. Knowing that a litter of 7 kittens along with a mother cat was a lot for anyone to take on, I took all 8 of them home to give Shenzi a safe place to raise her kittens and also a safe, fun home for her kittens to grow into amazing little critters. Shenzi was a great mother to her kittens. She was also a perfect cat in my home. She is very lovable, but is not a cat that will be under foot all of the time. Though she is lovable and sweet, she is also very independent. Shenzi does great with other cats and will adjust well to dogs. It breaks my heart to see her still at the shelter. She is a great cat and deserves a home to call her own. If I did not already have 2 cats of my own, she would be living in my home…no doubt.”

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

Pick of the Litter: Hannah

This month’s “Pick of the Litter” is Hannah, chosen by CBHS Adoption Counselor, Madi Zesiger.

 

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“Hannah is my pick of the litter because she is lovable and intelligent. She is a crazy very entertaining girl. She often gets overlooked due to her breed, but her personality proves that the negative stereotype portrayed by the media about pit bulls is untrue. Hannah has been at the shelter since September and has grown on me ever since. In my free time I love to work with Hannah, teaching her how to sit, shake, listen and lay down. So far she has reassured me that she is a super smart girl with plenty of potential to keep learning. When I am not trying to teach Hannah new tricks, I am showing her love though belly rubs and cuddles, as she’s tucked into her blanket of course! Come and see her today!”