Delaware Humane Association WDEL loves pets! That's why we've partnered with the Delaware Humane Association to bring you the Pet Page. Each week, we'll show you a cat and a dog from the Delaware Humane Association who need good homes. You can also get answers to your pet health questions in our new Ask the Vet feature, plus useful information for any animal lover in our Tip of the Month section.

Pets of the week for February 10, 2016


Neutered male adult Dachshund mix
Some think I'm a funny little guy, but I think my looks just add to my charm. Though I was transferred from another shelter, I did have some information to share with you about where I originally came from. You see, when my family got a puppy and I preferred to be the king of the castle, I was the one to get the boot. I would best fit in a family that will let me be their shining star and can work with me to be the happiest pup! I tend to get extra worked up in my kennel and would prefer to see you in a meet & greet room right off the bat, so please just ask for me! I promise I'm a really fun guy that is worth a little effort; won't you spend some time with me today?


Spayed female adult Domestic Longhair
My caretakers have found that I'm friendly, like to be pet and can be a lap cat. I will be sure to set the rhythm behind you as I love being with my people most of all! I was born in 2009 and am white with tabby markings through my long fur. I currently reside in one of DHA’s free-roaming rooms with other cats, but am practically a magnet to people the moment they walk in! If you're a cat person and I'm a people person, than we just might be a match!

Last Week's Pets: Toast the dog and Meatball the cat are still available.

If you're interested in adopting one of the Pets of the Week, or seeing what other pets are available for adoption, contact the Delaware Humane Association, 701 A. Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. Or call (302) 571-0111

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Please have your pets spayed or neutered!

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