Adopt a Pet Tuesday: Frog Dog, Princeton & Meatball
It’s Adopt a Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning!
This week we have Frog Dog, Princeton and Meatball –three adoptable animals waiting for their families to take them home.
Frog Dog is an almost 2-year-old Australian Cattle Dog who’s neutered and up to date on all vaccinations. He’s an energetic, goofy dog who’s looking for a fun family with a nice fenced-in backyard for him to run around in. Frog Dog is looking for a home without any cats or small animals, and would prefer children to be over the age of 12. If he sounds like your kind of pup, contact the Humane Animal Treatment Society in Mount Pleasant.
Princeton is a 7-year-old Pointer mix. He absolutely loves to be around people, go on walks, explore, and of course cuddle and relax. Princeton is very obedient and has a great smile and personality. If you’d like to learn more about him, contact the Cherryland Humane Society in Traverse City.
Meatball is a domestic shorthair mix kitten. This sweet little guy is healthy and up to date on all vaccinations, but he’s too young and small to be neutered just yet. He’s a cute and playful kitten who’s waiting for a loving family to swing by and claim his as their own. You can find Meatball at the Benzie County Animal Control in Beulah.
Tune in to MTM each Tuesday at 5:20 a.m. and 8:54 a.m. for more lovable Northern Michigan pets in search of families of their own!