Cruelty to Animals Israel
Flute: A large mixed dog of one year and two months. Very sociable, smart and loves to play. Gets along great with dogs, people and children.
Khalili, Photo: Rivka Mizrahi
Oreo: A large mixed dog of 4 years and <> months. Smart and calm, friendly to dogs and people who needs education for needs and basic discipline. He has a slight apprehension following a long stay at the shelter, so he needs a boost in self-confidence and exposure to the community.
Oreo, Photo: Rivka Mizrahi
Nelly: A sweet 4-month-old kitten, sociable and petting. Need an owner to help him open up and show his true character.
Nelly, Photo: Rivka Mizrahi
If you want to adopt one of your dogs or cats, call *455.
Herzliya and Netanya love animals
Chanel: a puppy with fancy fur, good eyes and perfect character. Gets along great with people, children and dogs – and cats, too. She came to us from home, but in her kennels she shuts herself off and needs a new loving family.
Chanel, Photo: Herzliya and Netanya Love Animals
Wonder: a dog who is all joy and love. Young and very energetic, gets along very well with people and children, and also with some of the dogs. Came to us after being found wandering. She would love an active home that will go on long walks with her, run and play in the park.
Wonder, Photo: Herzliya and Netanya Love Animals
You can contact the organization at 055-6675229.
Let the animals live
Schwartz: A sweet, happy, happy puppy. Despite being blind, he gets along very well and it's really hard to take your eyes off him. Will fit into a home with children.
Schwartz, Photo: Let the Animals Live
Granger: A gentle and charming three-year-old cat. Has one eye and manages without problems. She is waiting for a family to whom she can show love all the time.
Granger, Photo: Let the Animals Live
Ophir: A sweet 3-year-old dog. You may be shy and don't fully know how to respond to new people and therefore bark at first, but with a little patience you will get an adorable dog that shows lots of love.
Ofir, Photo: Let the Animals Live
For details about adoption, call *3703.The dogs and cats are waiting at our shelter at the entrance to the village of Ruthetz
Cruelty to Animals Ramat Gan
Jill: A gentle 8-month-old dog. Sociable and kind, wonderful with people and children. Gets along with all the dogs.
Jill, Photo: Cruelty to Animals Ramat Gan
Paul: A delicate dog of one and a half years. He loves petting and behaves wonderfully with all the dogs. Will fit into a home with children.
Paul, Photo: Cruelty to Animals Ramat Gan
Grace: An adorable two-and-a-half-year-old dog. Very playful, but with a good heart. Very devoted to humans.
Grace, Photo: Cruelty to Animals Ramat Gan
Twist: a happy 4-month-old puppy. Has puppy playfulness, needs a discharge of energy and is very sociable.
Twist, Photo: Cruelty to Animals Ramat Gan
For further information, please call the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Ramat Gan and the surrounding area at *2313.
Kfar Saba and Raanana love animals
Neo: A medium-sized dog of one and a half years. Sociable, stunning and loves everyone, always looking to play and run. Happy for a home that will take him on lots of trips together and educate him for a routine life at home. Will also be suitable for a home with children.
Neo, Photo: Kfar Saba and Raanana Love Animals
Assi: An adorable 6-year-old dog with a particularly gentle character who gets along with children and who loves attention and petting. Came to us in a dilapidated state as thin and with dirty fur. He suffered a lot of pain in his body, and after receiving dedicated treatment, he is waiting for his new family.
Assi, Photo: Kfar Saba and Raanana Love Animals
To adopt the dogs, call 054-6964142. If there is no reply, send a message.
To adopt the cats by appointment, call 054-3389490 or 058-6962145. If there is no reply, send a message.
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