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This week’s featured adoptable pets!

This week’s adoptable pets!

Meet Dude! He is an older hound mix who is full of love! Dude enjoys playing rope or ball and is good with other dogs and people of all sizes. He absolutely loves being outside and being around his family. This sweet boy is looking for a special home that will understand and take care of him. Like most dogs from the shelter, he is scared to be left alone. But wouldn’t you? If you think you would like to provide this handsome man with the best remaining years of his life, please come meet him at PAWS! He has been waiting for you!
Castor came into PAWS with his brother Pollux. Both of them have beautiful tabby markings on top of white fur that really brings out the color. Castor is the more out-going brother. He’s happy to get attention from everyone and anyone. Like his brother, he loves to play and get a lot of energy out. The kitten in him is still a big part of his personality. We always suggest to keep siblings together, especially in pairs, and we feel that these brothers will brighten up anyone’s home. Come in and meet these handsome fellas today!
Both of these babies are available for adoption at Plaquemines Animal Welfare Society in Louisiana: 504-392-1601 FAX: 504-556-2944 455 F. Edward Hebert Blvd, Belle Chasse, LA 70037
And donate forget my fundraiser for PAWS in honor of my rainbow bridge babies: Jack and Max: https://givingtuesday.mightycause.com/story/2002jackmax
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Today was Hard.

Max and I

Today was Hard.

I’m still trying to find the words. I’m still trying to accept it. It’s surreal.

I lost my baby.

We had to put my dog down. I’ve had him for 16 years. I don’t have kids. He was my kid.

I couldn’t bring myself to say goodbye. If I said goodbye I couldn’t pretend he was just somewhere else. I’d have to admit he was gone.

But now I can’t seem to believe it. or really grieve.

Work is keeping me busy. I supposed it will hit when I go home to his empty collar.

Any comfort or advice is welcomed.

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