Adopt → Forget-Me-Nots
Occasionally there are animals in our care who wait longer than most for a new home. Despite being amazing pets, they are overlooked by potential adopters for one reason or another. Once you meet them, you’ll understand just why we feel they are so special!
If you wish to meet any of our long-term residents, please visit us during our hours of operations:
- Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
- Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Two Years is Too Long
Once a stray wandering the streets of the Chattahoochee Valley, long-term resident Titus had a brief stay at Animal Control before making his way to Paws Humane Society where he has been in and out of the shelter for more than two years.
Titus is your typical four-year-old household dog – full of love, has a passion for all toys, and craves attention and affection from his people. His love for outdoors and adventures seems to make him an ideal adoption candidate, but unfortunately, he continues to find himself in Room 2 on the Paws Humane Adoption Floor.
While our animals are showered with love and enrichment during their stay at the shelter, nothing is comparable to life in a home. When days become weeks and weeks become years, dogs like Titus feel lonely and wonder if their time for a second chance will ever come.
This spunky, goofy, resilient shelter dog would thrive in an active family who has a love for taking trips and seeking all life has to offer. One day soon, with your help, Titus will finally find his second chance and be welcomed into a loving forever home. If you’d like to meet Titus, please visit us during our hours of operation or call the Adoption Center at 706-565-0035 for more information.