Addison and Oaklyn itching for a home of their own

Addison was found as a stray. Her skin wasn’t in the best shape when Diamonds in the Ruff rescued her, so she’s on medication, but she is just as playful as any other dog. She loves to be loved.

Addison is young, but has already had puppies. She is spayed, current on vaccines and microchipped.

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Oaklyn was the solo girl in a litter of five. Her brothers have been adopted, and she’s wondering where her forever family is. She is in the care of Northeast Animal Rescue.

The cat is sweet and silly. She is not much of a cuddler, but puts her paw out for attention when her foster mom walks by. She likes to sleep at the end of the bed. She doesn’t mind being held, loves the laser pointer and is curious about water. She can hold her own when playing with her foster friends. She is fostered with other cats and a small, 20-pound dog.

Oaklyn, 4, is spayed and current on vaccinations, and has tested negative for the feline leukemia and immunodeficiency viruses.

For more information, to fill out an application, to volunteer at one of NAR’s three Pet Valu locations or learn about the seventh annual Pastabilities for Pets on Oct. 12, visit nar.rescuegroups.org. ••