ThoroldToday features adoptable pets via Lincoln County Humane society weekly. For any inquiries about these adoptable friends, reach out to LCHS directly.
This week we would like to feature Kaz Brekker and Bella!
Kaz Brekker is a bit timid but is really a big cuddle bug inside. He takes a bit to warm up to some folks and doesn't like quick movements. But if you take it slow with him you'll have him eating out of the palm of your hand (literally). Kaz does show that he's scared by raising his paw in defense so an adopter should be attuned to slight changes in his body language and should be prepared to be quiet and calm with him. For this reason, Kaz is not suited to a home with kids, busy pets, or lots of people. He would be best suited to live with one or two gentle humans who can let him continue to learn to trust at his own pace.
Bella is pretty timid at the shelter. She's looking forward to finding a forever home. Her new adopters will need to be very gentle and have lots of patience to bring her out of her shell. She will need time to adjust to her new life, so please don't rush her. Bella's perfect home has a fenced yard, no kids under 16, no other dogs and no cats