KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – For this episode of Pet of the Week the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley shares Cholula. Although her namesake is spicy, she is the sweetest girl that you will ever meet.
Cholula is still a puppy herself but has had quite the life, having a litter of puppies already. But luckily the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley was able to find homes for all of Cholula’s puppies, now it is time to find this young momma her forever home. Although Cholula is named after a hot sauce, her personality is anything but spicy. She loves to play and be showered with attention but most of all she wants to sit in your lap and be close to her human family.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley stops by the studio with the beautiful Nicki, who steals the show and our hearts.
There are a lot of ways to support your local animal support center – Donations, volunteering, and fostering are the areas of most need but with the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley there are a multitude of ways for you to help the furry friends in our community here in East Tennessee, including taking the shelter animals on hikes! Nicki, our pet of the week, is a 2 year old female that is beautiful and already knows a variety of commands and tricks. She is up to date on all of her shots and ready to spend her days going on hikes and snuggling with you on the couch.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – For our Pet of the Week, Wally the kitten from the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley wins all of our hearts.
The Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley has not had many cats for the past few weeks due to finding homes for all of them, but now have multiple cats and kittens available for adoption. This includes Wally the Wonder Kitten who enjoys a good snuggle and falling asleep in your arms. But if adoption is not right for you, there are many ways that you can help support the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley’s efforts. You can donate through their website, volunteer in a wide variety of ways, or purchase an extra cat bed or two to give their rescues a comfortable place to sleep while they await their forever home.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – Meet Griffin, the WVLT Senior Pet of the Month from The Humane Society, Tennessee Valley.
The Humane Society said he’s five, so he’s a little more middle-aged than ‘senior.’
“Griffin is a very sweet, loving 5-year-old boy. He was an only dog his whole life when his family had to take in 2 dogs from family members that passed away,” HSTV said. “Griffin wasn’t a fan of losing his personal space and all the attention and was ultimately surrendered.”
The Humane Society said the boy would do best in a place where he’s the only dog in the house.
Potential families can visit Griffin and learn more online.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Need a new furry friend in your home?
The Humane Society of Tennessee Valley melts our hearts every week with a new pal ready for a forever home.
Not only do they have adoption and fostering opportunities, they are now providing wellness checks for your pet too.
Original article posted on WVLT.tv
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – It is time to fall in love with another furry friend.
The Humane Society of Tennessee Valley has many opportunities for you to get involved. By adopting, volunteering, and fostering you can ensure their animals are safe, comfortable, and going to good homes.
3 year-old puppy, Amelia, is ready to meet her forever best friend. The Humane Society wants many to know that owning a pet is a full-time commitment. They want to ensure you have the time and means to support a new addition in your home.
Click here to read more. https://www.wate.com/living-east-tennessee/pet-of-the-week-meet-amelia/
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Sundance the kitten from the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley stops by for some snuggles on our Pet of the Week.
If you are looking to bring home a kitten that is full of snuggles, Sundance may be a great fit for you. Although Sundance isn’t old enough to be adopted just yet, the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley has many furry friends looking for a forever home. For those of us unable to adopt or foster there are many ways that we can still help this great cause. Volunteer, provide pet supplies, and of course one can always donate to the Animal Medical Fund that provides life-saving medical treatments to animals in need of your help.
Click here to read more. https://www.wate.com/living-east-tennessee/sundance-the-kitten-is-a-star-as-the-pet-of-the-week/
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Meet our new furry friend, Zoe.
The Humane Society of Tennessee Valley stops by every week to showcase a furry pal that needs a good home.
Not only do they offer adoption opportunities, many who are not looking to make a full time commitment can become foster parents to these furry friends as well.
Click here to read more. https://www.wate.com/living-east-tennessee/pet-of-the-week-meet/
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley stops by the studio with “Tiger” our pet of the week.
With the holidays upon us, what could be better than snuggling up on the couch with an adorable kitten. This week, our friends from the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley are introducing us to “Tiger” and giving us information on how we can support this great cause even if we can’t take home a furry friend.
Click here to read more. https://www.wate.com/living-east-tennessee/meet-our-pet-of-the-week-tiger/
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Our friends from the Tennessee Valley Humane Society stopped by to feature the pet of the week, and give some tips and tricks to keep our furry friends safe this Holiday season.
The holidays are great, however, our pets now have more things they can get their hands on.
Cera Smith from the Tennessee Valley Humane Society advises to take necessary precautions with holiday decorations. She says possibly switching out glass ornaments for plastic ones might save a few messes. She also mentions getting Christmas trees that have built-in timers for when you decide to leave your pet at home.
Holiday season also means big Holiday meals. Cera Smith advises to keep your pet away from any food that might upset their stomach, to even disposing of bones that might be sharp and hard to chew.
Click here to read more. https://www.wate.com/living-east-tennessee/humane-society-has-pet-safety-tips-for-the-holiday-season/