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DOG OF THE MONTH
Tommy is a 2-3 year old terrier mix.  Tommy was Skiatook famous for a while because he ran the streets with his best friend and brother, Timmy (who has since been adopted).  Tommy was trapped (twice!) and the long process to help him trust humans began.  Tommy was fostered for months with a foster that never pushed him and worked with him to teach him the basics – come when called, lead, allow people to pet him, house/crate train him, the list goes on.  After about 10 months in his foster home, Tommy was adopted in April of 2019.  In November, we got the call that Tommy was going to be returned.  Tommy didn’t do anything wrong, but he is quirky.  Sometimes he is overwhelmed by the prospect of being loved on and doesn’t quite know how to handle it.  He spins and grins and runs away only to come right back.  It is a little weird, but that’s what makes Tommy, Tommy.  He loves hard and is a loyal companion to his foster family.  They adore him.  Tommy is dog and cat friendly.  His favorite thing is to find a place on the couch near you and take a nap.  Sometimes his love manifests itself in him needing to be close – like really close.  This is just another one of his quirky traits.
Tommy requires a fenced in yard and someone who will embrace his adorable personality.  He is fully vetted and weighs around 25 lbs.  We don’t want Tommy to be bounced around again, so the admins will have specific information and questions that pertain to Tommy for anyone that wants to adopt him.
CAT OF THE MONTH

Lake is a beautiful 2 yr old female tabby with gorgeous green eyes,  who was found by the Skiatook Lake with her two babies. She is very friendly, super laid back and LOVES chin rubs. She does good with other cats and not too sure of dogs yet and is crate trained. Lake would make a wonderful addition to any family.

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