Frazier is a perky senior beagle mix that needs a new home.
According to the Pasadena Humane Society, Frazier is a sweetheart who loves attention, especially being brushed (as you can see in that photo). He gets along well with other dogs & knows some basic commands. The shelter has a Senior for Senior program, which means the adoption fee would be waived for adopters over 60 years old.
Adult animals, especially senior ones, often are overlooked by people fixated on kittens & puppies. But they need homes too, & there are many benefits to adopting an adult companion animal — their personalities are more evident than with baby animals, for one, which means fewer surprises. I speak as someone who’s adopted 3 adult cats, & who hopes to give homes to many more adult animals over my lifetime. When we adopted our cats, we chose ones that the rescue groups said were affectionate & sweet, & yes, that’s just what we got!
If you know anyone who could give Frazier a good home, please get them in touch with the Pasadena Humane Society through the links above.
And as always, I’m stealing Elaine Vigneault‘s idea; her succinctly stated reasons for doing this are:
1. To remind my readers of all the companion animals who need homes
2. To highlight the personhood/personality of animals
3. To give link love to animal rescue organizations
4. To lighten my blog’s mood a bit with adorable animal pictures
“The shelter has a Senior for Senior program, which means the adoption fee would be waived for adopters over 60 years old.”
That’s such a great idea! Every shelter should have that program!
I know! I love that idea too!!