This week’s adoptable pets are Jedidiah and Houdini

  • Tuesday, January 9, 2018 2:34pm
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Jedidiah and Houdini are this week’s adoptable pets.

For adoption through PAWS:

His foster family calls him the sweetest cat in the world. We call him Jedidiah.

He’s a 3-year-old shorthaired tuxedo who came to PAWS awhile back from a hoarding situation in Ocean Shores.

He’s been mostly indoors. He never lived with dogs but tolerated the one in his foster home.

Jed has a dog-like personality himself. You can meet him and several others at the PAWS Pleasant Beach adoption center, open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

For adoption through Kitsap Humane Society:

Meet Houdini! He is an adorable senior beagle mix looking for a home of his own in which to live out his senior years.

Houdini has been spending time in a foster home and being showered with love and attention. His foster mom says Houdini is very affectionate and loves to be with his people. He will curl up on the couch next to you or snuggle up on a nice cozy bed. He absolutely loves squeaking a plush toy!

Houdini enjoys going for walks and is quite active despite his old age.

Typical of his breed, Houdini will sometimes catch a scent and his nose will take him on an adventure, so Houdini needs a home with a secure fully fenced yard.

Houdini does bark and bay when he’s excited and sometimes when left alone, so he would not do well in an apartment.

Houdini needs a home without cats. He can be a bit nervous around other dogs, but he may do well with another calm, senior dog.

Because Houdini is currently in a foster home, meet-and-greets are by appointment only.

To request an adoption application, e-mail

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