Critter Classifieds: Nov. 24, 2022


Longmont Humane Society

9595 Nelson Road, Longmont,

Critter Classifieds is a column where you can meet four-legged friends who need your love and support. Boulder Weekly is working with Longmont Humane Society to feature a few pets each week who are looking for forever homes. We hope to bring other organizations in on the fun in the future. 

Longmont Humane Society provides temporary shelter to thousands of animals every year, including dogs, cats and small mammals who are lost, surrendered or abandoned. Visit the shelter to learn more about these featured pets and others up for adoption and fostering.   

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Meet Squash, a very gourd boy! This handsome man is 4 years old and looking for a place to rest his paws. Squash is an independent fella who prefers to do his own thing while still checking in on you now and then. He is a very busy guy and would do best in a home with older children who won’t try to interfere with his daily routine of napping, scratching his post, watching birds and napping again.


Giving wants to hear all about your day! Her jumbo-sized ears and heart are ready to find a forever home. Giving is a very sweet, silly 1-year-old gal. She would be great in a home with children of any age and wouldn’t mind sharing your attention with another cat or dog. Giving can be a little shy at first, but once she warms up to you, she loves to play with her squeaky toys and go for a nice zoom.  


Coming all the way from New Mexico, this darling 3-year-old girl is looking for her forever home here in Colorado. Sometime before she arrived, Carly lost an eye but it hasn’t slowed her down! Carly loves adventure and is looking for a hiking buddy to help with keeping her weight down.  She is very polite to both cats and dogs and would do well in a home with a furry friend to hang out with. Carly prefers gentle pets and is required to go to a home with older children who won’t try to roughhouse.  

Note: The animals you see here may have been adopted since this article was written.