Every week on Facebook and Instagram, we feature a local adoptable pet in our much-loved segment called Pet of the Week. We’ve gathered all of March’s featured pets here so you can meet (and share) them all at once!
Note: While we try to make sure this post is always up-to-date, sometimes a pet gets adopted before we have a chance to make the necessary edits. Please check the linked website for more information on the current availability of each pet.
March 2: Midnight (aka Lucy)
Midnight first came to ARF three years ago after spending her whole life outside. It took her some time to understand what a dog bed was, but once she was introduced to the couch, she never looked back. Now this sweet and cuddly couch potato is all about loafing around - the softer the spot, the better! Her current foster mom reports that she is calm around cats (it’s just too much effort to chase them) and loves to be around people (they give the best pets and snacks). Midnight’s soft, cuddly nature has earned her the nickname “Lucy”. If you’re looking for a quiet, low-energy companion to keep your couch spot warm, make an appointment to meet the sweetest couch potato ever 🛋🥔
Midnight is a senior female lab mix who is good with easy-going dogs and cats and may be good with calm kiddos. Midnight is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation.
🐾 If you are interested in fostering or adopting Midnight, fill out an application here.
March 9: Wasabi
UPDATE: Wasabi has been adopted! Don’t let her spicy name or *slightly* judgmental gaze fool you (she is learning how to “cat” after all) - little Wasabi is a total sweetheart. This petite cutie is 8 months old - the perfect age to grow up with your family and the perfect size for any home setting. The only thing Wasabi loves more than playtime (feathers are the absolute best) is getting attention from people! Neck scratches are her favorite, but acceptable attention also includes chin rubs and butt scritches. Wasabi gets along great with dogs (especially dogs with floofy tails she can chase) and she adores kiddos. In short, this sweet ‘n’ spicy girl is simply purrrrfect 💕
Wasabi is young female shorthair who is good with kiddos, cats, and dogs. Wasabi is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation.
🐾 If you are interested in fostering or adopting Wasabi, fill out an application here.
March 16: Keely & Silas
UPDATE: Keely and Silas have been adopted! When Keely the mama dog and Silas the kitten met in their current foster home, it was love at first cuddle. Keely came to ARF last winter after a life lived outside on a chain, but she was able to raise her final litter of puppies in a warm dog bed, out of the cold. Silas the kitten came to ARF with 3 floofy littermates who loved to nap a cuddle puddle. When a persistent eye infection meant Silas needed medication several times a day (it’s all cleared up now!) a kind foster mom took him into her home where Keely was already being doted upon. Now these two make the perfect pair ❤️
Keely and Silas are both laid back pets who enjoy long, luxurious naps. Keely loves to play with tennis balls and Silas loves to play with Keely (cat toys are fun, too). If your family can’t decide between adopting a dog or a cat, why not adopt both?
Keely is an adult female hound mix who is good with kiddos, cats, and dogs. Silas is a young male shorthair who is also good with kiddos, cats and dogs. This perfect pair is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you are interested in adopting Keely and Silas, fill out an application here.
March 23: Link & Zelda
UPDATE: Link and Zelda have been adopted! If you are a Legend of Zelda fan, then meet your new best fur friends! These two cuddle bugs are littermates who grew up together in a loving family of gamers and now these sweeties are ready to give you all the lovings. True to their namesakes, Link is the outgoing adventurer who loves exploring new areas and solving puzzles (he knows just how to pop a door open with his paw). Upon first meet, Zelda seems like a shy, demure princess; but once you get to know her, she’s a talkative friend who loves to play. Link and Zelda love to settle into your lap for a good cuddle so we have no doubt that they’d be the perfect buddies for a long weekend of conquering dungeons and defeating Ganon. What better way to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda than by adding these incredibly sweet floofballs to your family?!
Link is an adult male domestic longhair and Zelda is an adult female domestic longhair. Both cats who are good with kiddos and other cats and might be ok with calm dogs. This perfect pair is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you are interested in adopting Link and Zelda, fill out an application here.
March 30: Ozzy
True to his inner hound, Ozzy loves to belt out some tunes! While this goofy guy has a big voice, he is just as sweet as can be. He loves people, pets, and treats (the more of all three, the better). Ozzy is a bigger, active dog, but it’s easy to wear him out with walks, tug-of-war, or soccer. His ideal family would have a big backyard with lots of room for him to bounce around (bonus points for a dog sibling or two) and a big soft bed he can crash on when he’s all worn out. If your life is missing a boisterous, lovable hound dog, then you have to come meet Ozzy.
Ozzy is an adult male hound mix who is good with other dogs but would be best in a home without cats. Ozzy is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you are interested in adopting Ozzy fill out an application here.