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PIXIE and her two siblings were Australian Shepherd mix puppies found living in a barn with their mother in Baltimore County. The owner agreed to surrender the pups but kept the mom, so the Adoption Center staff went and picked up the puppies.
Initially they had some skin issues, probably from living in filthy conditions, but they were soon healthy and playing like crazy with one another. Lisa and Nicholas Morin, of Stevensville, MD, were looking for a puppy to add to their family, which included three young children and an Australian Shepherd mix, Fluffy. Pixie fit the bill perfectly and she is now part of the Morin family and home. What a lucky girl Pixie is!
BOBBLE was an orange and white kitten who came to the Adoption Center from Caroline County Humane Society when he was 12 weeks old. When they came to the Adoption Center Hannah Cailie and Christopher Mayorga were looking for a family pet and a companion for their eight month old kitten, Cody. Hannah had recently moved from California, where she’d had to leave her family pets behind with her parents. Christopher and Hannah visited our kitten room and chose Bobble to become a member of their family. Thanks to both of them for giving Bobble such a loving home!