Here are two pets in need of homes at the Humane Society of Ocean City. These are their descriptions from shelter employees.
Harry the cat…
Harry is a handsome 5-year-old neutered male. He is a black and white domestic long-haired cat. He is declawed on his front feet. Harry is a shy guy, but once he gets to know you he loves to snuggle in your lap. He is good with other cats, but requires a prescription diet, so he might be a better candidate for an only-cat household. He could possibly fine with a cat-friendly dog. He would do best in a home without young children.
Molly the dog….
Molly is a female basset hound/German shepherd mix who is about four years old. She is confident and outgoing. Molly loves everyone as much as she loves exploring. Molly is a happy and playful girl, with plenty of energy to spend romping in the yard or exploring the neighborhood with you. Fetch, tug, and belly rubs are her favorites.
She walks well on a leash. Molly is intelligent and learns well. Being a basset hound, she can be a bit stubborn at times, but very friendly, and her German shepherd side makes her loyal and attentive. Molly is a sturdy girl, inside and out, as she is built like a basset hound, with the coloring of a shepherd. Not much seems to bother Molly. Molly is looking for a home with an active family, though kids should be 12 or older as Molly’s play can be a bit rough. A fenced yard is preferred because she likes to explore and “follow her nose.”
The Humane Society of Ocean City is located at 1 Shelter Road. For more information call (609) 398-9500 or visit http://hsocnj.org.