• Brother/Sister Puppies go as a Pair

    Our little brother/sister pair needs a home.  They cannot be separated.  A shared dog house will be included. As much as it pains me, they are just too much for our other dog to handle.  They are SO full of energy and love to be all up in your business  🙂  Cooper is bigger and a sweet teddy bear.  Annie was the runt of their litter and is a fireball of energy.  They do best outside and love to run.  We have been taking them back and forth between our house in the city and our country’s property.  However, we do not have a fence and they are much better equipped for outside.  We are having to spend more time in the city and that is just not fair to them.  They do bicker with each other sometimes, usually over food or a toy, but it never lasts for long.  And some of that probably has to do with being in such close proximity.  Due to so many family issues over the past few months, they have not had their shots,  but have had no health problems whatsoever.  We estimate they are 6-7 months.  Please email Jillcrowe12@gmail.com for pictures and if interested call or text 205-542-2038. Mary Johnson.

  • Found kittens

    I found 2 kittens at my home. Im assuming someone either dropped them off or they got out of their home. One is orange the other black and white. They are very sweet and loving. If these are your kittens or you would like to give them a forever home please contact 2052690516

  • Free to a good home


    These little girls need a home. The tortie is Mina. She was found outside my home in June and I placed her, but the lady who adopted her can’t keep her anymore due to her landlord and neighbor. So per our agreement, she came back to me, along with a ‘sister’. She is a very sweet girl, litter trained and needs to be kept inside. The marmalade kitten is Ginny. The same lady rescued her at five weeks old after someone tossed her, her mother, and litter mates out of a moving vehicle. Ginny was the only one who survived and she was in a bad state. Her rescuer got her back to a healthy weight and she was well tended. She is such a snuggle bug. They are bonded and I’d like to place them together. Mina was likely born in April. Ginny probably at the end of May. They have had a tough start and deserve a loving forever home. I wish I could keep them indefinitely, but I can’t. So please share and let’s find these little ladies a good home. Message me or call 205-269-7773.