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Year in Review: 15 adopted pets

BUTTERCUP IS ONE of the Homeward Bound animals who got a new home this year.

Here are just 15 of 1,205 animals Homeward Bound served in 2021. The Addison County shelter received and cared for 836 animals in need of re-homing and provided support and services to 369 owned animals whose families needed a helping hand. “We’re grateful to everyone who used our services and who supported our work this year,” said executive director Jessica Danyow. “We’re looking forward to making life better for pets and their people in 2022.”

WRINKLE THE CAT

WIGGLES & NIBBLES THE BUNNIES

STRAWBERRY THE CAT

NICO THE DOG

 

SCRUFFY THE DOG

MARCUS & MISTY THE CATS

FOSSIL THE CAT

DARWIN THE GUINEA PIG

CHEETOH & DORITTO THE CATS

CERES THE BUNNY

CARTMAN THE DOG

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