Roice-Hurst Pet of the Week: ’Meet Gryffin
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - Pet of the Week: Gryffin
Gryffin is a neutered male, about 1.5 years-old. Roice-Hurst staff thinks he is possibly a pit-bull mix.
His bio: “Are you a new friend? I love to make friends! I think meeting new people and new dogs has to be one of the best things in the world. All the people who meet me at the shelter tell me I am the sweetest, goodest boy. I’m sure that when you meet me, you’ll say exactly the same! I may not have all the energy in the world, but once I slim down a bit I’ll have much more pep and be ready to run. I think my best feature is my sweet eyes; many people have told me they are just beautiful. So if you’re looking for the bestest boy, then you’ve found him! Come adopt me today!”
Other pets up for adoption:
Koda: Approximately 9 months old, neutered male, possibly some type of herding breed mix.
His bio: “Are you looking for a dog that can keep up? Well, I might just be the guy for you! I have a lot of energy and am all about being on the move. I can be a little shy when I first meet people, but I warm up very quickly. Once we’ve become the best of friends, one of my favorite things to do is play! I promise, you’ve never seen a dog happier than me when I am getting to play! I haven’t had a lot of experience with other dogs, but I am very interested in them. I would probably need to meet other dogs before we became roommates. It’s hard to be roomies with a complete stranger! So if you’re looking for a dog with lots of energy that is lots of fun, you need to come take me home!”
Millie: approximately 4.5 years old, spayed female, domestic shorthair.
Her bio: “I’m a very reflective cat that needs a lot of time to think about life and all it has to offer. I prefer a quiet, calm life with no drama. I enjoy having my own space. That doesn’t mean I don’t like affection too. I will always take a pause for a chin scratch or a head pet. In fact, I really enjoy being loved and fawned over from time to time. And I am happy to have chill nights where we read a book or watch TV together. If a mellow cat that just wants to relax and live life is what you need, then adopt me! We can live out our drama free lives together.”
Roice-Hurst is scheduling appointments for anyone interested in adopting an animal. You can give them a call for their animals still in the shelter, 970-434-7337. There are still some animals in foster care. They urge anyone who is interested to check their website, rhhumanesociety.org, to find out which animals you would be interested in meeting and to fill out the “Pets in Foster Care Interest Form”.
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