54624 – Puma

1 year
17 pounds
Heartworm negative!
Available as of 11/24
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Why choose me?

Puma and Zuma came in together and share a kennel. They’re buddies and love being together. I wish I could have had them together in an interaction pen, but they don’t know how to walk on a leash, and I couldn’t carry them at the same time. I let them play together in the puppy room before taking each one out for pictures. They frolicked, wrestled, and had the best time. Apart, they were a little uncertain but liked being held. I’d sit on the picnic table, and they’d hop up to join me leaning against me as I petted them. Puma would sit for treats, but Zuma wasn’t sure about them until rejoining Puma. Then it was a race to see who could get to a treat first when I tossed them. They were good sports about it, and of course, each got a fair share. Puma and Zuma are little sweeties, and while they’re best friends, they don’t have to be adopted together and will certainly be a best friend to whoever adopts and loves them.

If you are interested in fostering, adopting, or rescuing Puma, call 706-613-3540 to discuss options with staff.