A gentle heart seeks a gentle hand, especially for one precious pup who longs to be loved.
Clara, around a two and a half year old boxer mixed breed, made her way to The Banner office on Tuesday afternoon as part of the Stephens County Humane Society’s (SCHS) Take Out Tuesday.
During her afternoon out, this sweet little girl was able to take a little time to explore and get to know her surroundings.
Though she’s a little shy, when given time and a bit of patience, she lets you into her space and surroundings.
Clara, an owner surrender, weighs in at just under 50 pounds and still has a little growing to do. Her beautiful, soft chestnut brown coat shines along with a a black muzzle.
During Clara’s stay, she wasn’t too eager to eat, but being in a new place, she just needed a little time to relax and some space to herself.
Currently, along with Clara, our past week guest from Take Out Tuesday, Bullet still seeks a family home.
Clara’s adoption is sponsored by Reames Cleaners. To inquire about Clara, Bullet or any of the other dogs, or to set up an appointment, call 580-252-7387 between the hours of noon and 4 p.m. Weekends have extended hours until 6 p.m.
On Jan. 17, SCHS will participate in the Betty White Challenge in honor of White’s 100th birthday, alongside other nationwide humane societies.
For the next few weeks, the Humane Society will continue to take part in the challenge, accepting donations across the board from their Facebook page to their website.
The buzz around many social media sites flooded positive messages about the actress and her passions for acting and animals, according to a recent Facebook posting.
SCHS continues to encourage people to donate in to the shelter in White’s honor with $5 donation to animal rescues or shelters.
The SCHS column is sponsored Tractor Supply Co., Oklahoma Educator’s Credit Union and R&S Drug Store. For more information about SCHS, visit http://stephenscountyshelter.com/.