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SPA’s Pets of the Month for March

From the SPA

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero

Widget and Sassy, terrier-mix sisters about 7 1/2 months old, are our March cutie pies. Sassy is a smooth-haired beauty, black with a bit of white on her chest, while Widget has a more whiskery terrier look, with areas of silver hair mixed with the black. Both of these girls are very affectionate and love playing with each other as well as with other dogs. They are on the small side and are not likely to grow much bigger than they are now. Smart, feisty, and full of personality, they make us laugh on a regular basis. Sassy is slightly more reserved than Widget when meeting new people, but both of these young dogs will bring joy and fun to whoever is lucky enough to adopt them, singly or together.


Nevado wins the SPA award for most unusual entry to the cattery, brought to us after being found tied to a tree. Even more surprising, this sweet little guy wasn’t even protesting his terrible plight, but just sitting there patiently waiting in the shade for a rescue attempt. Eight months old and very handsome, he has remained a mellow easy-going boy, always ready for playtime and company. Seamus is one of the few cats whose birth we can celebrate on the correct day, since he conveniently chose to be born at the SPA. Now 11 months old, this charming fellow is everything a young cat should be, filled with energy, both rambunctious and affectionate. With mesmerizing dark green eyes intent on capturing our attention, he is impossible to resist.

Adopt (400 pesos, which includes sterilization, vaccinations, and deworming) any of these Pets of the Month during February and receive a free adoption kit. Preview all our available animals at (Adopt Me! pages) and meet them at Los Pinos 7, Monday–Saturday between 11am and 2pm, 152 6124.

Please sign up to become part of our foster network. Fostering is ideal for people who love animals, want to help them with time and love, and would like to contribute to the improvement of the community. It is a short-term commitment, so even if you are not a full-time resident, you can get your cat or dog “fix” while helping to save the lives of animals. We also have a weekend foster program for current dogs. For more information about this program and our regular foster program, please see our website at or contact


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