It’s curtains for shelter life, I tell ya, curtains. With names like Bonnie and Clyde, it’s no wonder we talk like gangsters.
Here’s our story–and we’re sticking to it: When Bonnie and me was younger, we was rescued by Animal Samaritans. We stayed with the good Sams people for several months. Then, this nice enough dame took us home and made us feel all warm and cozy inside. Out of the blue, as God is my witness, badda bing, badda boom, we were on the outs and she brought us back to the shelter.
After that, Bonnie and me was feeling pretty down. We figured we’d had our one shot at freedom, and it would be our last.
Nine freaking months later–it was like pasta from heaven, I’m telling ya–these swell gents took a fancy to us. Next thing we know, they’re busting us out, and we’re riding in their getaway car. They drove us to their hideout, and now we’re made dogs, meaning we’ve got it made!
Ah, life is good, eh? Life is good.
Becky is a 2 year-old tortoise shell. She loves people but wants to be the only cat in the house. Her owner had to give her up, and now she is with Animal Samaritans until she finds a new home. She tells us she’s glad to be safe, but the thought of spending the rest of her days in her cage is making her sad.
Meet Becky at Animal Samaritans’ no-kill shelter. We’re closed at 12 noon on December 24, and are closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Our regular shelter hours are Monday through Sunday, 9:00am – 4:30pm. 72-307 Ramon Road, Thousand Palms, CA 92276. 760-343-3477 x2