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Adopt-A-Pet: Chupacabra and Pogo – Now Habersham

Dropping family is one of the hardest feelings in the planet, and for several surrendered and unreclaimed animals at the Habersham County Animal Shelter, that emotion is something they know all as well nicely.

Chupacabra the cat and Pogo the doggy, two sweet animals accessible for adoption with Habersham County Animal Treatment and Control, are heading through just that. They are ready for their fur-ever residences soon after getting rid of their family members and stability, and are hoping that before long, they will not have to wait any longer.

Satisfy Chupacabra

Chupacabra has now been separated from his home, his human and his siblings, and would like a lot more than everything to obtain another person who can give him all the really like and passion he requirements. (HCACC)

Fulfill Chupacabra, a youthful adult male cat with an outgoing individuality. He’s a lover of animals, scratches, cuddles and hugs.

This is Chupacabra’s second time at the Habersham County Animal Shelter. He was adopted as a kitten from the shelter, together with his brother and his sister. But when his spouse and children had to move to a rental household, he and his brother could not occur with.

“It was a actually tricky working day, dropping my home, my sister and my human all at once,” Chupacabra mentioned. “Having my brother with me assisted me by way of it. We did everything together, and I’m a definitely snuggly cat. Acquiring him to cuddle up with built lonely nights a minor much less chilly.”

But his brother, Yeti, was not long ago adopted. Now he’s by itself in the shelter, hoping to make new pals, but wanting another person to appreciate him far more than everything else.

“Losing him was heartbreaking,” he claims. “It’s like the very last piece of my aged life is gone.”


Chupacabra is affectionate and sweet and wants to be held by any one who will pick him up. He’s fantastic with other cats, has the sweetest purr and enjoys to talk— with a meow that appears a whole large amount like he’s expressing “hi.”

Now, he’s hoping for better days in the in close proximity to future, as he tends to make new close friends and draws in the consideration of prospective adopters with a meow that appears a full large amount like a greeting.

“Learning how to say ‘hi,’ was a trick I picked up from viewing human beings,” he suggests. “I wanted to catch their attention, and that word does it. They often seem to be stunned to hear me say it. I genuinely hope it impresses an individual ample to consider me residence.”

Fulfill Pogo

Pogo, a sweet male terrier/pitbull blend, was found lost and hardly ever reclaimed. Now, he hopes anyone will arrive to undertake him and love him his whole everyday living. (HCACC)

Pogo, an grownup male terrier and pitbull mix, is a pleasant pet with a large smile.

Pogo was discovered dropped at the conclude of the summer time by Habersham County Animal Care and Handle and was in no way reclaimed. He’s been waiting considering that the initially of September to go dwelling, and he’s completely ready to satisfy his permanently relatives.

“I’m a good boy, and I’ll like you for as lengthy as you let me,” Pogo states. “When my family will come to choose me household, I’ll deliver them all the contentment I can. Being component of someone’s property and their existence is all I could at any time question for.”

He loves to smile and give kisses, and when he receives psyched, his tail wags so difficult his back legs can scarcely remain in put. He’s excellent with other puppies and enjoys people.

“I’m so delighted to get to share a small little bit about myself,” Pogo tells Now Habersham. “I hope that anyone will see my picture, hear my story, and appear consider me dwelling.”

If you’re intrigued in adopting Chupacabra, Pogo or any of the other animals at the Habersham County Animal Shelter, make sure you get in touch with the shelter at (706) 839-0195 to established up an appointment. You may also stop by them in individual Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. to Noon & 1-5 p.m. or on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Check out out their Facebook page for a lot more info.

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