This week features two wonderful animals: Butterscotch and Tommy. With the holiday season in full swing, I am sure these two beautiful creatures would love to be part of a loving family while curling up next to a warm and cozy fireplace.
Butterscotch is a light tan Shepherd Labrador Retriever. She is a petite little girl with gentle brown eyes and a soft short haired coat. Her soft ears drop sweetly onto her face and yearn for a good long ear rub. She likes to give little kisses with her cold little nose and she has plenty of affection to go around.
Butterscotch was found as a stray on December 1 off of East Main in Puyallup. She would make a fine addition to any home. Because she is only one year old, she has a lot of energy and is in need of some obedience training. With a little patience and some kind words, Butterscotch will be happily and calmly sitting by her new owner(s) in no time.
Tommy is a kitten who just wants love and attention. He is an orange and white short-haired Tabby with big yellow eyes that will watch you everywhere you go. He is a young one at only 13 weeks and has many more years to be someone’s adorable pet.
Talkative Tommy is a very vocal pussycat and really only wants to be let out of that cage and be given a home. He is an owner surrender due to the fact they had just too many animals. All I can say is that their loss will definitely be someone’s gain!
Metro Animal Services is located at 1200 39th Avenue SE, Puyallup, WA.
Contact information is as follows: (253) 841-5595 or you can visit their website at www.metroanimalservices.org.