Klinger moved into an adoption center and developed an upper respiratory infection, so one of the volunteers took him home for some extra care. She and her family fell in love with Klinger and his antics and could not bear to part with him. So here he is with his new “mom” and another TCR alum, Cherie, in his forever home.
Four-month-old Penn was adopted tonight, only four days after he moved into the adoption center at Pet Smart in South Brunswick. This lucky boy will have his human family plus two canine “siblings” and two feline “siblings.”
This is Graham. He is a sweet kitten with a rare condition called megaesophagus. His esophagus does not move his food down to his stomach so he needs gravity to do the work. He's not ready for adoption yet, but when he is, he'll need to have his food on a pedestal.
Today is Loren's one month adoptaversary. He is doing great in his new home. His mom loves him and he loves her. She told us he is a total cuddlebug. We wish him a long, happy and healthy life in his forever home .