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Pinehurst Pets – Minou

Minou (pronounced me-new) was inherited from a friend who was French, and his current owners were told that his name is a French term of endearment meaning “little one.” He is anything but little! Minou is a big, friendly kitty who is also very sociable. He enjoys looking out over all the goings-on in […]

Pinehurst Pets

Does anyone know if this turtle was found and placed in the pool as requested?

Please feel free to send in photos of art – or anything unexpected and fun – you see on your walks around the neighborhood to info@pinehurstseattle.org.

Pinehurst Pets – Ceiba Bunny

This is Ceiba Bunny. She’s a sato that her family brought back from Puerto Rico. She’s modeling a scarf her person made for her nephew. What a great pose! [editor’s note – according to Google, ‘sato’ is a Puerto Rican slang term referring to a mixed breed dog.]

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Pinehurst Pets – Butters and Ponyo

 

Butters and Ponyo are moving out of Pinehurst soon, so we’re lucky to catch them before they go. They have their own Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/buttersponyo, so check them out!

If you’d like your pet featured, please send a photo and its name and a short description or story to nancy@pinehurstseattle.org.

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Pinehurst Pets – Charlie and PeeWee

Charlie and PeeWee have been roommates since January. It took a little while for Charlie to learn how to “be gentle” with the little dog – they often play with Charlie lying down and they roll around and tussle from that position.

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Pinehurst Pets – Olivia

Olivia is 4 1/2 years old. Her people got her from a veterinarian when she was too young to leave her mother and she was sick. They brought her home to Mr. Jones (last week’s Pinehurst Pet), who was angry about the extra cat. He hissed and spit and swatted at her and she […]

Pinehurst Pets – Mr. Jones

Can you see what’s special about Mr. Jones?

Here is Mr. Jones’ story, as told by his people: Mr. Jones was a used cat when we got him. He was 5 months old and was living with a family and 3 adult cats at the time. The family didn’t want that many cats. They […]

Pinehurst Pets – Charlie and Tucker

Charlie, the doxie, is four years old and has lived in Pinehurst since puppyhood. He’s attended the neighborhood Great Dog for daycare and training, and was certified as a pet therapy dog by Project Canine. Charlie has been pet therapist for the Pinehurst Emeritus and loves visiting all the wonderful grandmas and grandpas living […]

Pinehurst Pets – Levi

This is Levi. Here’s his story in his own words: “I’m visiting from California since April. I like it here. Lots of friendly dogs and SQUIRRILES.”

If you’d like your pet featured, please send a photo and its name and a short description or story to nancy@pinehurstseattle.org.

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Pinehurst Pets – Cashew

Here’s Cashew at his local Seattle Night Out potluck earlier this month. Poor Cashew had a sore paw. Check out the blue booty made from a rubber glove!

If you’d like your pet featured, please send a photo and its name and a short description or story to nancy@pinehurstseattle.org.

 

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