Longmont Humane Society
9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, longmonthumane.org
Critter Classifieds is a column where you can meet four-legged friends who need your love and support. Boulder Weekly is currently 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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Your support makes a big difference to the Longmont Humane Society. For those in a position to help, LHS is currently experiencing a shortage of adult dog food, dog treats and small/medium milk bone biscuits. Donate these supplies and more directly from the LHS Amazon Wish List — visit the longmonthumane.org to learn more.
Adam came to LHS this month with his brothers and sisters to have a shot at a new life. He is still just a baby at 2 months old, but he is learning the ropes fast. Adam is 10 pounds of puppy love and we expect he will be over 40 pounds fully grown. He is a very sweet and smart baby who wants nothing more than a friend who will play with him and rub his tummy.
This 5-year-old guy has wonderful droopy jowls and a sparkling personality. Roderick loves other dogs and cats and would be so happy to have another animal in the home to keep him company. Roderick is a big boy at 71.5 pounds, so he would need a home with older children that don’t mind his rambunctious play style. Roderick has head-tilted his way into all our hearts and would make an excellent family pet.
Here is proof that looks can be deceiving. Behind her grumpy face, this sweet girl has a heart of gold. At 10 years old, Fluffluf is looking for a place where she can spend her golden years lounging around like the royalty she is. She loves to curl up in a sunny spot and supervise everything going on. Fluffluf is extremely mellow and would do well in a home with older children who won’t disturb her from her perch.
Note: The animals you see here may have been adopted since this article was written. Visit longmonthumane.org to view all available animals.