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.
My name is Teddy. My owner moved away and left me to be the
neighborhood cat, so whoever takes care of me, I have been
grateful. I am a neutered male, 4-5 years old, short-haired, with a
black/white coat. I am a Maine-coon-size cat and very lovable.
I enjoy the outdoors, sleeping in the sun in the flower garden,
but I also like coming inside to hang out. I am gentle for
my size, friendly, and love attention (getting my head scratched).
I’m called "Teddy" because I’m a big teddy bear!
Please get in touch with Lisa at email@example.com or
865-660-8009 if you have a place for me in your home and your heart.
Another picture of Teddy.
My name is Socks because I’ve got white feet. I’m a very soft cat
with gray-and-white, medium-length hair. My 98-year-old owner passed
away, and I am looking for someone who will love me. I love laps.
I used to lie in my owner's lap cradled just like a baby for hours.
I am an approximately 7-8-year-old, neutered male feline. I need
someone compassionate, caring, and who loves to spoil me. Please get
in touch with Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or
865-660-8009 if you would like to meet me and give me a loving home.
More pictures of Socks.
My name is Willie. I am an older neutered male feline who, like Socks,
had the same 98-year-old owner who recently passed away. I have an
unusual mixture of colors (white, black, brown, reddish brown) with
Bengal-looking markings on my side. I have a very lovable face and
will rub on your legs and nudge your hand until you pet me. I am a
lap-cat too. Sometimes I would just hang out on top of the back of the
chair when Socks got the lap. Please get in touch with Lisa at
email@example.com or 865-660-8009 if you are interested in
giving me a loving home.
More pictures of Willie.
Happy Tails -- Pets Adopted or Pending
Charlie loves to play in his water bowl and loves to watch the birds,
squirrels, and deer through the window. The few times I have introduced
my dogs to him he hasn't reacted well -- he hides or swats at them if
he doesn't want to move. In winter he snuggles under the blankets, but
in the summer he stretches out on my floor in the bathroom. Laser
pointers are the best workout for him, but his poochy butt only runs
for a little bit then just lies there. He's so much more expressive
now than he was when I first met him in April, 2018. He knows which
vehicle is whose, and he meets me at the door meowing and chuffing
about his day. It's going to hurt saying goodbye to him, but my husband
cannot continue his allergic reactions as he has been. Charlie is neutered
and, to my knowledge, he was up to date on his shots, and he is on a
More pictures of Charlie.
Hi, My name is Rocco. I am a 12-18-month-old, neutered white German
shepherd mix. I weigh 52 pounds. I am heartworm-negative and have had
all my shots. I get along well with my 5 foster brother and sisters,
except for that little one that keeps picking on me. I would be good as
a single dog or with other calm, submissive dogs. I haven't seen a cat
yet, but I would assume one pop on the nose, and he/she would have my
respect. I get along well with children, men and women. I do still jump
up, but I'm trying to learn not to do that. I am very lovable and will
follow you around the house like your shadow. I walk well on a leash,
come when called, but when I am chasing a squirrel that coming thing is
a challenge, but I'm working on it. I am not a runner. As I said, I need
to keep you in my sights at all times. I am housetrained, and very food
motivated, so I will be easy to train. I already know sit! I have about
a medium energy level and love to go for walks. I have an old femur
fracture that has healed completely. It makes my left back leg shorter
than the right, but it doesn't hamper me one bit. The doc said it should
never cause me any problems.
More pictures of Rocco.