Pet Patrol: Benton, Betty Wish for New Homes
This holiday season, everyone should be able to celebrate and spend time with their family!
Betty the bunny is no different and will need a family in order to do that.
Betty is spayed, 2 years old and has been at the shelter since October.
When Betty was a baby, she hurt her leg but it is fully healed now; it just looks a little different than her other legs. She hops around with no problem and isn’t in any pain. Betty loves to be held and will snuggle in your arms.
In her previous home, she got along great with the other resident rabbit. Betty has been on the “good list” all year long and all she wants for Christmas is you!
Benton is a 1 year old American Staffordshire mix.
He was adopted and then returned because they didn’t feel there was enough yard space for him and thought he should have a fenced-in yard which they could not afford to put in.
Being so young, Benton has lots of energy and lots of puppy playfulness in him. He knows how to sit and is housetrained. In his previous home he got along well with other dogs, cats and children.
Highlights of his first year of life were going to the lake, car rides in general, and playing fetch.
– Tri-County Humane Society Executive Director Vicki Davis