Fudge doesn’t care if people like chocolate. She just wants someone to like her.
One of the latest additions at the Friends for Life Shelter, Fudge is a 6-year-old, 10-pound dog that didn’t want to be photographed, said shelter spokeswoman Jannell Cosgriff.
“Shelter volunteers explained that lots of people would see her and maybe want to adopt her if she'd just let the photographer get one photo. Her face says it all. She wants not to have to deal with this ‘finding a home’ stuff but be in one already,” Cosgriff said.
Cosgriff said when not in front of the camera, Fudge “is full of charm.”
“She loves belly rubs, most other dogs and assisting volunteers in the shelter's office,” said Cosgriff, adding volunteers don’t know if she also likes cats.
Fudge is spayed, microchipped, licensed and vaccinated. Her adoption fee is $150.
Meanwhile, Jenny Bernot of Arizona Rescue is asking people to consider adopting Max, a year-old cat with a black smoke coat and golden eyes,
“Max is extremely active and loves to play,” she said, adding that he “likes to expend his energy by chasing balls or toy mice across the room, running after all types of wand toys, and darting in and out of cat tunnels.
“He finds the allure of the laser light’s red dot irresistible and can’t help but urge the mouse round-and-round in the mouse track wheel toy,” she said, noting he likes to play with other cats.
He also is “an affectionate guy” and “loves attention and doesn’t mind when you pick him up and hold him close” and “is a big fan of mealtime.
“Hard to believe this little guy was a stray, fending for himself on the streets.,” Bernot said. “Thankfully that’s all behind him now and he’s looking forward to finding a family who will love him and that he can love right back.”