Friday, February 20, 2015

Friday's Friend: Dog Adoption, Washington Humane Society

WRRRRRROOOOOFFFFFF!!!! (that means I'm cold!) but Happy Friday!!  Be careful as you go out today in the Washington D.C. area, it's really cold.  Too cold.  This is a great day for reading my blog and learning about dogs and cats waiting to be adopted.

(C) Washington Humane Society
This week, from Washington Humane Society, I've got a friend named Kena I'd like you to meet.

Kena is a medium-energy sweetheart who is ready to find a lap to call her own!

At first, she is a little timid or shy to meet humans, but just give her a moment, and you'll have an express ticket to cuddle station. 

Kena is 3 years old, 38 lbs., American Staffordshire/Border Collie mix, and she is a mature lady, so you don't have to worry too much about the bounciness of youth. 

She is a happy member of the Washington Humane Society's PACK (People and Animals Cardio Klub) program and enjoys going on runs. Also, she is happy to just hang out by your side after a good walk!

Interested in meeting Kena and learning about dog adoption?  You can meet her at the Washington Humane Society's New York Avenue Adoption Center at 1201 New York Avenue, NE, Washington, D.C., 202-576-6664 or visit Washington Humane Society.

Attention Veterans:
Are you a veteran?  If so, read this information from our friends at Pets for Patriots!

Washington Humane Society is a Pets for Patriots adoption partner offering veterans in our program a 50% adoption fee discount! Pets for Patriots and Washington Humane Society.

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