Oak Ridge, TN
These animals are NOT in the SARG program, but they still need love
and a forever home; SARG offers no guarantee in any way related to
any non-SARG animal -- the rescues, shelters, or owners involved
provide their own descriptions, terms, and guarantees.
Buttercup was born December 10th, 2015. She is a female Great Dane,
spayed and up-to-date on rabies shots. She is allergic to beef.
Buttercup is a very sweet puppy, with lots of energy! She's great around
kids and loves attention. She loves to run around and chase things
(balls, Frisbees, etc.). She loves jumping up to get sticks, and pretty
much anything else that's active. The reason for re-homing her is that
recently my family has had to move from a house with a fenced yard to an
apartment complex. Though they are pet-friendly with a dog park, it has
been very difficult to give Buttercup the attention and exercise she
needs as a growing puppy. The best way to reach us is email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call 717-650-9815 (is in Knoxville, TN) and
leave a return call number.
More pictures of Buttercup.
I need to find my cat Dixie a new home. Dixie is very well adjusted; she
has been spayed and declawed. She is a tuxedo cat with a white chin,
white chest and four white paws. She is about seven years old. All of
her shots are up to date. She has been very well taken care of and has
been kept inside my house since I got her as a kitten. My cell phone is
(865)250-3373. Please text before calling so I will know it's not a
robocall. [Posted 08/22/2018]
Another picture of Dixie.
DOODLE BUG AND SCRAPPER
These are two playful and loving kitties. I have two outdoor male cats,
approximately one year old, that I need to find homes for because of
coyote invasion. Doodle Bug is grey and white, and Scrapper is grey tabby
and white. They have both been neutered and had their shots. I
have also put Revolution on them each month. I have raised them outside
from kittens. I would take them inside my home, but I have an older,
sick cat that would not tolerate them. I have tamed them to where they
love having their tummies petted as they sit on my lap. When my husband
fed them they rubbed up against his hand and legs. They are currently
boarded at the vet because of the coyote danger. Their mother was
recently killed, and I don't want the same thing to happen to them. They
are in urgent need of a home! Please contact me (Becky) by phone at
Happy Tails -- Pets Adopted or Pending
Apollo needs a new home. My husband and I have retired and are
downsizing to a small house without much yard. Apollo LOVES to be
outdoors and is very happy to spend much of his time in the woods. His
food and water dishes are outside on our front porch and even though
he's outside, we usually see him several times a day. He sleeps in the
swing on the porch. He is friendly, likes to be petted, and likes
children. Apollo is 6 years old, weighs about 10 pounds, and is
up-to-date on all of his shots. He has been well taken care of by the
staff at Jackson Square Animal Clinic for the 5 years we have had him.
He is chipped and neutered. Please call me at (865)482-7922 if you
might be able to give Apollo a good home.
Another picture of Apollo.
SQUEAKS AND BLACKIE
Two little boy kittens are seeking forever homes. These kittens were
born on February 3 to a mother cat who wandered into a TNR situation.
Once her kittens find homes, she'll be spayed and get her shots.
However, her kittens are available for adoption. These little fur boys
have been handled constantly since birth in their temporary foster home
and are very friendly. They should be ready to leave their mom by
mid-March. Blackie is a black and white tuxedo boy, with the softest
little meow you ever heard. He's a sweet, loving little boy. Squeaks is
a white and tabby boy who loves to be held and protests loudly if you
want to put him down. He loves to snuggle. Both kittens have received
their first vet visit for their first shots and deworming. Although
these kittens are not in the SARG program, SARG will provide their
neutering and the rest of their shots at the vet clinic that SARG uses
in Oak Ridge. Please contact Charice.email@example.com, phone 865-315-2989
for more information about Squeaks and Blackie.
More pictures of Squeaks.
BOOTS AND BRITCHES
Boots and Britches are two male long-haired domestic cats, neutered,
declawed, 5 years old, sweet but lonely. The owner passed away last
Sunday, and her wish was for them to be adopted together. Her brother
says they must go IMMEDIATELY, one way or another. The deceased owner
has had these two boys since kittens. It is
extremely urgent that these kitties find
a home right away. Please contact Sherma Elliott at cell number
(865)805-6259 or work (865)777-2275.
It is with a very sad heart that I am looking to rehome
our dog, Brooklyn. She is a black Lab mix, 5 years old, weighs 45
pounds, and is housetrained. We adopted Brooklyn 4 years ago, and while
she is a sweet and kind girl, she has severe separation anxiety. We
recently lost our other dog and this has increased her anxiety. Brooklyn
is absolutely fine when someone is with her and home. When she is alone,
she is fine too, unless a bad storm comes in unexpectedly. She is
currently on medication for separation anxiety, and once she has a home
where people are home more than not, she does not need the medication.
Miss Kitty is approximately 8 years old and weighs 11 pounds. She is a
gray, black, and white tabby. She was rescued by her mom in Chattanooga
coming out from underneath a car at CVS. Her mom thought she had broken
her right paw, and she brought her back to Oak Ridge to take her to the vet.
She was born with a deformed paw; however, it doesn't stop her from play
and running. Miss Kitty is a very sweet, loving cat. She will sit in
your lap for hours to be petted and loved on. Her front paws have been
declawed, so she is an indoor cat. She loves to lie in the sunshine. She
gets along well with cats, dogs and LOVES children. She is up to date on
all her shots. Her mom has been diagnosed with severe osto, along with
back problems. Due to the fact Miss Kitty wants to play and run, she
will jump in front of her mom and has nearly tripped her several times.
It has been a hard decision to make, but due to the well-being of her
mom, it is best if she finds her a forever, loving home. Can you give
her that home? Please call (865)481-1961. If we are not home, please leave a
message for Cathy.
More pictures of Miss Kitty.