Two Canine Sisters Need New Home After Owner Dies

Courtesy of the Associated Humane Societies Popcorn Park Facebook page

These adorable little ladies are Pepper and Nena, shih Tzu sisters that just had their world turned upside down.

Pepper and Nena had a nice life, a good home, and someone to love them, but when their owner passed away, no one could take the little ladies in. They are obviously a little upset over just losing the only family that they have ever know, but the girls are putting on a brave face and looking forward to a happy new future.

Pepper (gray and white) and Nena (tan and white) are only about 3 years old and are such pleasant, easy going little ladies. They are a bit shy when they first meet people, but if you have patience and let them come to you, they will crawl right up in your lap after a little while.

The girls are extremely well behaved and are perfect little ladies. They are quiet, soft-spoken and affectionate when they get to know you. Pepper and Nena would love a nice quiet home without a lot of commotion, where they can take the occasional leisurely stroll, or curl up in a warm lap for a snooze.

They don't seem to mind other well-behaved dogs, and would do best in a home with more mature children. These sweet sisters are hoping for a fresh start in life. Please make their dreams come true. File#23346 and 23347 3/5/14
Interested in adopting? Go to the About section of our Facebook page for adoption information.

Those interested in adopting a cat or dog should go to the front desk at any of our shelters and request an application as the first step in the process.

We also make available an online application for those who have seen animals of interest through our site or Petfinder, and these individuals can have the first step approved online.  To review of fill out an adoption application, please click here and we will e-mail you an application.

For more information, call 609-693-1900. The park is located at 1 Humane Way off Lacey Road in the Bamber Lakes section of the township.


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