While doing some holiday shopping, I recently stumbled upon a pet adoption clinic at a pet store.  As I looked into the cold cages, these warm lonely brown eyes caught my attention.  There in front of me was Dilbert, one of many sad furry faces wanting to find a friend. 

Dibert's droopy eyes and hopeful face has been stuck in my mind ever since that day.  After checking around with a friend of mine who works at the Queensbury SPCA, I learned that Dilbert had been looking for a home since August.  That's five long months of living in a cage alone with no long walks, no cuddle time with a buddy, no fetch, no bones, and no one to talk (or listen) to.  Sure the shelter volunteers do the best they can, but there are too many animals and not enough time and love to go around in one day.

I've been trying to find him a home over the last few weeks, but like Dilbert himself, I am having no luck.  So, with Christmas upon us I felt like it might be a good time to reach out to some of our listeners to help spread the word.  Maybe this Christmas we can find Dilbert a home and perhaps find a lonely person a new best friend.

If you're looking to find the perfect Christmas gift that really embraces the Christmas spirit, please consider Dilbert and his many buddies who just want to find a family for Christmas.

Please click here to learn more about Dilbert and the other animals at the Queensbury SPCA.

Come Meet our Pets
The Upstate New York SPCA is located at 588 Queensbury Avenue, Queensbury NY 12804. Adoption hours are Tuesday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday 11:00 am - 7:00 pm and Friday 11:00 am - 7:00 pm.  (518-798-3500)