Poor Diva just can’t catch a break. This pretty Rottweiler mix was relinquished to the Washington Animal Rescue League because her owner’s landlord prohibited pets. She was adopted shortly afterward but returned within days because she considered her adopter’s cat her own personal squeaky toy. And yet another adoption fell through because she was too energetic. Seriously?! Diva is only a year old so energy and playfulness are just part of the package. We are so hoping that the third time is the charm for this friendly, happy girl. She will make someone an absolutely wonderful canine companion!
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**********AND, don't miss the League's Holiday Open House this Sunday (12/15) from 12 to 3p!!! REVISED DATE!
Santa Claus will be on hand to pose with your pets or children. For a $20 donation, you will receive one 4”x6” photo and an electronic file; additional photos cost $5 each. All proceeds support the League’s animals.
Please bring a donation of unopened pet food to put under the tree for the League’s Rescuers Food Bank, which assists low-income pet guardians. Unused pet toys or equipment (leashes, carriers, beds, etc.) are also welcome, and those that donate will receive a 10% coupon for the Washington Animal Rescue League’s pet supply store.
For those with young people on their holiday shopping lists, WARL will have unique, pet themed gift baskets for sale, with all proceeds benefitting our animals.
And, of course, their shelter residents will be waiting to meet and greet you…and perhaps find their way into your hearts and homes.