Pet Patrol: Meet Wendell and Indy
Meet Wendell and Indy at the Tri-County Humane Society.
Wendell is an 8 ½ year old neutered Miniature Pinscher mix who is looking for a quiet home.
He was originally surrendered due to being timid around small children and then a second time for having some housetraining issues. Even dogs who have done well with housetraining in the past may lapse when introduced to a new environment and routine.
In his previous home, he was used to being crated when left alone.
Wendell will gladly sleep in bed with you at night if allowed and has a mellow disposition.
Indy is a 12 year old neutered and front declawed red tabby who was surrendered because his owner couldn't afford to take care of him.
Indy is very playful and social. When placed in a new environment, he's fun to watch as he has a very curious personality.
Indy lived easily with other cats, dogs, and all ages of people. We're told he will sometimes play fetch with a sponge ball and can be quite talkative at times, especially when you first come home.
In honor of National Senior Pet Month, Indy's adoption fee will be waived during Novemeber.