Adopt a Pet from the Humane Society in Kennebunk

Dogs, cats, guinea pigs, lizards, etc. There are so many different types of pets that it’s easy to want to love them all. And cuddle with them. And play fetch. Or just enjoy their company.

But there are animals that just don’t have a home and a place to be loved…yet.

Every day this month, we’ll be teaming up with Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk to highlight a particular pet that’s available for adoption.

It’s called March Petness.

How can you not just want to get them all?

You could give one of these adorable animals a forever home.

So who are we talking about today?

We’ll meet Tank from the Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk:

Kennebunk Humane Society

Here’s what the Animal Welfare Society of Kennebunk has to say about Tank:

“See Tank! This handsome senior came to AWS after his previous owner couldn’t take care of him anymore. Although a little tired at first, Tank is a total sweetheart with a heart of gold who loves warm blankets , sweet rides and getting lots of love from his people. He also won’t say a cookie or two and is always so sweet when he takes treats. We love how his little ears prick up when he knows he’s about to have some delicious snacks!

As an older gentleman, Tank enjoys the finer things in life and seeks a home without too much fuss. He would also prefer there were no cats in his new home, and only older, respectful children. We’re sure you can appreciate her love for lazy afternoons and long naps on the couch! He would probably do well with another mature dog like himself, similar to him in size and personality, but he would probably find the young, super playful, smaller dogs too much. »

Visit the Animal Welfare Society’s website on Kennebunk here.

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