Pets to Adopt
WOUNDED WILDLIFE FIND NEW HOMES AT LAURA’S LITTLE CRITTER BARN
Growth in greater Bluffton has displaced the area’s wild animals, whose habitats have been upended by landscaping crews, traffic, construction and other human activities. When those animals are injured or need a new home, people call in Laura Sterling, owner of Laura’s Little Critter Barn.
More than 100 squirrels, raccoons, opossums, rabbits and other animals live at the 5-acre farm off of Malphrus Road. The nonprofit rescue, rehab and sanctuary also cares for farm animals and unwanted pets.
Age: 4 years old
Weight: 57 pounds
Breed: Pit Bull
Temperament: Sweet. Fun Loving. High energy. Loves the pool and his ball.
YOUR FAMILY HAS A CUTE NEW PUPPY. NOW WHAT?
If there is some good that has come out of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s that more and more fur babies are finding their forever homes.
Which is great! Dogs are an endless source of amusement, particularly the less bright ones (the author can make that joke, as he owns a lab, a breed the AKC refers to as “hilariously dumb”).
Age: 2.5 years old
Weight: 53 pounds
Temperament: Loving and sassy Shuri has been at PAL for more than two years and is eager for a real home. She spent several weeks of the quarantine in a foster home and was a great guest. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccines.