Start your day off right by browsing through charming pets! There are dozens of pets up for adoption right here in Boston.
Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of pets near you.
(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)
Rocket is a darling male Degu in the care of MSPCA Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center.
Read more about how to adopt Rocket on Petfinder.
Nacho, Guinea Pig
Nacho is a sweet male Guinea Pig currently residing at MSPCA Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center.
He has had all his shots.
Notes on Nacho:
I am an adorable boy who loves treats. I would like to go home with a friend. I can't wait to find a loving home that will help me grow up to be a great piggie.
Read more about how to adopt Nacho on Petfinder.
Baby, Guinea Pig
Baby is a charming male Guinea Pig currently residing at MSPCA Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center.
He has been vaccinated.
More on Baby:
We are Clyde and Baby, two shy but sweet piggies looking for a great new place to call home. We love to explore and hope for a home where we can have time and space outside of our enclosure to play. We are bonded and must go home together.
Read more about Baby on Petfinder.
Emile is a male Gerbil currently housed at MSPCA Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center.
Emile has been vaccinated.
Read more about Emile on Petfinder.
Swiper is a charming male Degu being kept at MSPCA Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center.
Swiper has been vaccinated.
Notes on Swiper:
Hi! I am a great degu looking for a great new home. I love running on my wheel and squeaking. Come and meet me today.
Read more about Swiper on Petfinder.
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