Best Friends Animal Society
Friendly Plumber, Heating & Air is happily sponsoring a cat and dog at the local animal shelter: Best Friends Animal Society in Sugarhouse, UT. Friendly will indefinitely pay for the adoption fees for one cat and one dog each month. Each pet owner will also get a “going home” Friendly care package!
Best Friends Animal Society in Utah is working collaboratively with animal rescue groups, city shelters and passionate individuals who are all dedicated to the mission of making Utah a no-kill state. As part of this mission, Best Friends runs the Best Friends Lifesaving Center in Sugar House.
Dog Highlight: Eliza
Female, 9 years, 6 months
Eliza is a Friendly and playful, snuggly senior who would love a comfortable home to spend her golden years. She loves humans but would prefer to be the only dog in your home.
Cat Highlight: Lil’ Bertha
Female, black cat, 11 years old, FIV+, special diet, on medication
Lil’ Bertha is a sweet old gal who is looking for a nice place to spend her golden years. She doesn’t like other kitties but she does well around calm dogs and kids. She is FIV+ (FIV is only communicable to other cats and many FIV+ cats still live normal, healthy lives). She also has early stage kidney disease that is managed with diet and hyperthyroidism that is managed with a topical medication. Lil’ Bertha loves to be pet and might even greet you at the door when you come home. She is known for snuggling with her favorite humans under warm blankets and having a cute, old lady meow.
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Best Friends is committed to saving the lives of dogs and cats in every community in every corner of the country and ending the killing in shelters by 2025. To honor that commitment and create a bright, safe future for pets and all the diverse people who love them, people from all communities and all walks of life should get involved.
Best Friends Animal Society makes sure that everyone has the same access to loving pets and that every adoptable pet has access to the comfort of a foster home instead of a kennel in a shelter. They’re committed to creating communities in which everyone is valued and respected.