Two-year-old ‘Flearoy’ came into the Dekalb County Animal Services in Decatur, Georgia both emaciated and covered in fleas. He has since been cleaned up and is currently being nursed back to health.
Never let it be said that cats and dogs don’t develop strong friendships. Flearoy was reported to have entered the shelter with a kitty friend, Andie. Just days ago, while Flearoy walked down the hall of the shelter, he suddenly stopped short in the doorway of the cat area and refused to move. Suddenly he wagged his tail happily, and right in front of him was his feline friend.
“We reintroduced him to Andie, and it was like they had never been apart. These two love to snuggle and are wonderful together. It is not mandatory that they be adopted together, but would be a plus,” the shelter wrote on their Facebook page.
ADOPTED TOGETHER!Flearoy is a super sweet two year old boy who came to us emaciated and flea ridden. We have cleaned him and and are nursing him back to health, but he would much rather be out of the shelter environment. Flearoy came to the shelter with a kitty friend, Andie. While walking down the hall, he stopped in the door way of the cat area and would not go forward. We realized that the cats he lived with previously were directly in front of him. He wagged his tail happily while he was with them, happy to see his friends. We reintroduced him to Andie and it was like they had never been apart. These two love to snuggle and are wonderful together. It is not mandatory that they be adopted together, but would be a plus! If you are interested in adopting Flearoy or Andie, please visit our shelter. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org. – ATLANTA, GA
Posted by Dekalb County Animal Services on Sunday, July 10, 2016
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