Noodles POTW

Noodles is our Pet of the Week this week! Noodles was born in our care on September 23, 2020 and recently came back to us. It's been so cool to see how Noodles has grown and just how much she can be like her mother, Fawn. She hasn't been the best with other cats and dogs while hanging out at PetValu but we know she shared a home with an older cat and dog, so we believe she would do well just about anywhere with a little bit of time and patience. If Noodles might be a good fit for you, pop into the Drumheller PetValu location and say hi!

 

POTW Bisse

*REDUCED ADOPTION FEE*

Bisse is once again taking the place as our pet of the week! She is 3 years old and in August, she'll have been at the shelter for a third of her life. Bisse has a hard time with small children and other cats but if you're willing to have the patience with her, she's the sweetest girl. She would do well in a home where she is the only animal and would also benefit greatly from being adopted into a home that's not expecting her to cuddle and want attention all of the time, as she is often perfectly content snoozing her afternoon away in her cat tree. Due to the length of Bisse's stay here, we've reduced her adoption fee to $50 to try and encourage the perfect forever home to come forward!

POTW Lady

Meet Lady! This gentle girl is around 3 years old and is in search of her forever home. She came in a few weeks ago and is slowly starting to come out of her shell and show us her personality. So far, she does great with people and she seems to be just fine with other cats as well. She's not to thrilled to be picked up, but she loves pets and any other attention you'd be willing to give her!

POTW Lola

Lola is looking for her forever home! She's around 10 years old and has slowly been coming around to us at the shelter. She's a very mellow girl who enjoys spending her time laying around and not getting up to too much. This lazy habit of hers (accompanied by a strong desire to eat all of her food, all of the time) has caused Lola to be a little on the chunky side. While this isn't the worst thing, she would likely benefit from going on some sort of diet once she gets settled into her new home. If you're looking for a happy little companion to add to your home, Lola just might be the right fit for you!