Love Ur Pet Adoption Days

We’re spreading the love all month long and giving YOU the opportunity to take a new furry friend home! Join us on Facebook Live at 1 p.m. every Tuesday in February as we talk to local animal shelters and meet some of their four-legged residents that would love to become a part of your family. It’s all thanks to Kibbles 'n Bits Dry Dog Food and Market Basket, the store where you get ‘More For Your Dollar!’

This Week's Guest

Big Hair Animal Rescue

Big Hair Animal Rescue (BHAR) is a volunteer run 501(c)(3) rescue located in Central Massachusetts. We are a foster-based rescue and have foster homes up and down the Northeast Coast, from Maine to New Jersey. Since being founded in 2015, we have saved nearly 600 lives. We are non-breed-specific; however, we primarily focus on helping chows and breeds that overpopulate shelters like chihuahuas, hounds, pit bulls and cats.

How to Adopt

Adoption applications can be found on our website, bighairanimalrescue.com

Previous Guests

Gifford Cat Shelter

30 Undine Rd, Brighton, MA 02135

The mission of Gifford Cat Shelter is to provide a safe haven for stray, abused, and unwanted cats until they are matched with their permanent, loving homes.

How to Adopt

Fill out an adoption application on our website (shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/GIFF/Cat). A matchmaker will follow up for a brief conversation where we discuss what type of cat best fits the situation, proper vetting of cats and ensure rent/lease terms include pets.

Buddy Dog Humane Society

151 Boston Post Rd, Sudbury MA

The mission of the Buddy Dog Humane Society is to have, care for, and facilitate the placement of stray, homeless, and unwanted dogs and cats as pets in suitable homes: to establish procedures and facilities which promote the health, care and placement of stray dogs and cats, and which prevent cruelty, and alleviate pain and suffering and, in addition, to teach and promote the education of the citizens of Massachusetts in conjunction with the care of dogs and of other pets. Euthanasia is never practiced unless it is considered more humane to do so.

How to Adopt

Visit the shelter in-person to meet with the pets, then fill out an application. Check out the link for additional details: www.buddydoghs.com/how-to-adopt