Molly is a 4-year-old Retriever mix who is happy to see the end of the summer! In July, she was found as a stray in Lima and brought to Lollypop Farm. After arriving at Lollypop Farm she gave birth! Molly and her puppies went into foster care while the puppies were nursing. Now that she knows her puppies have been adopted into good homes she is ready to find her own loving forever home. Molly is a great dog who is eager to please and responds well to treats and praise. She can use some help learning how to walk on a leash and might benefit from training classes. Training classes are a wonderful way to build your relationship with your dog, and you will receive a discount on your first course with Molly. Come out and meet this nice girl…she can’t wait to find a good home where she is loved and well cared for!
Silas is a 3-year-old male cat who weighs 12.5 pounds. He was found as a stray in Canandaigua and brought to Lollypop Farm. His family never claimed him, so now he’s interviewing potential adopters! Silas is super friendly and has become a staff favorite! He’s a very playful and affectionate cat. Silas loves getting attention and being petted. This sweetie will even give you kisses to show his appreciation. Silas has a bit of a bossy paw, when you stop petting him, he will tap your hand with his paw to ask for more! Since Silas was a stray, we don’t know anything about his history–but we do know he’s a wonderful cat.
Casper and Amber, the dog and cat from last week, were adopted! And, during the two-day Cat-to-School Special last weekend, 98 homeless cats and kittens were adopted to new, loving homes!
Don’t forget this weekend is Barktober Fest 2011!
Saturday, September 24, 2011
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Egypt Park (Next to Lollypop Farm)
Now entering its 14th year, Barktober Fest 2011 is Greater Rochester’s most popular event for pet lovers! Over 2,000 people and their pets will come together at Egypt Park near Lollypop Farm on September 24th for the 5-mile race, 1.5 mile nature walk and pet festival in an effort to raise $136,500 to support homeless and abused animals in our community.
In addition to the race and walk, the day-long festival includes dog competitions, vendor booths, kid’s activities, food, demonstrations, and more. This is one pet-friendly event you won’t want to miss!