ADOPTED DECEMBER 2016
I saw Onix's picture on the Cape Ann Animal Aid website. He is just a gentle loving dog. We brought my son's dog, Khloe, with us to meet Onix. They play together all the time. I've had him for two years now and he is a great addition to our family. He sleeps in my bed under the covers with me every night! - Robin G.
MILO (NOW POGUE)
ADOPTED FEBRUARY 2019
We found Milo back in February. He came all the way from St. Thomas. We were looking for an energetic playmate for our shy female cat. Boy, did we pick right. He has really helped her to come out of her shell. They like to chase each other around the house and snuggle together while napping.
While visiting Cape Animal Aid, I could tell the cats liked being there. It's a warm environment with friendly staff. This is the only shelter I have seen with spacious cat condos. I could tell Milo was happy and it was not his first time playing with other cats there when we visited. If I want to adopt another pet in the future, I will definitely come back. - Ashley R.
SEBANA (NOW GOJI)
ADOPTED NOVEMBER 2018
I'd wanted a pup for a while but had been living in an apartment where I couldn't have one. Well, I finally moved and got settled, and decided it was time. I went to Cape Ann Animal Aid actually to look at a different pup I saw on the website, but we didn't seem to connect right away. I was ready to leave, a little disappointed, when Sebana (now Goji) caught my eye. When we got to meet, she walked right up to me, sat down, put her paws on my chest and licked my nose - love at first sight! She's attached at my hip around the house, looooves to snuggle, plays great with other dogs, and would be outside all day if I let her. My last name is Berry, so her full name is Goji Berry...get it?! I couldn't resist the pun and her name fits her personality well - silly and fun. - M. Berry
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