The Herald-News presents this week’s Pets of the Week. Read each pet’s description for information about that pet, including where it can be adopted.
Send “Pet of the Week” submissions to [email protected] Photos must be in jpg file format, 200 dpi and sent as email attachments. Submissions are subject to editing for length, style, grammar, and execution as space is available.
Barry is an 18-month-old terrier mix who was abandoned in a parking lot. He’s a bit shy about meeting new people, but he warms up quickly. He likes long walks when it’s not too cold. He also likes belly rubs and butt scratches. He is potty trained and seems to like other dogs. To meet Barry, email [email protected] Visit nawsus.org.
Fiel is a 5-year-old tabby cat that was found stray. She is loving, curious, and fun with a bit of sass mixed in. She knows what she likes and wants and prefers to be in charge of it. She likes to pet and brush and whines a bit when she’s had enough. When she is in a good mood, she is very interactive and talkative. She needs an understanding adopter who won’t be intimidated by her sassy cat behaviors, because she also has a sweet side. To meet Faithful, she emails [email protected] Visit nawsus.org.
Azalea is a female Australian Shepherd/blue heeler mix who likes to run, jump and kiss. She needs an active home and a dedicated family to help her flourish. Azalea is heartworm positive and has started her treatments. She would be a good foster candidate for adoption due to her medical condition. Ella contact the Will County Humane Society at willcountyhumane.com and follow the instructions for the adoption process.
Jimmy is a domestic shorthair who was abandoned at a local campground. He is friendly and loves attention and being petted. He is good with the other cats in the main cat room. Contact the Will County Humane Society at willcountyhumane.com and follow the prompts for the adoption process.