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Male Adult Hounds (All Types) (mixed)

If you have any questions about Emmanuel, please contact Partnership for Animal Welfare at

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Emmanuel

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Emmanuel is a tricolored, 4 year old, 55 lb., hound mix who is really looking forward to finding a family to love.

He is happy, gentle, goofy, has lots of energy and just wants to please.  He is a quick learner and has quickly gotten used to the house rules (his foster parents don’t want him counter surfing for some reason!), loves pets, and likes to hang out wherever his foster family is.

He loves to race round and round the yard with their other foster dog, and can do some howling when he’s found a scent (somehow the rabbits always get away!). He loves to play with other dogs, take walks and have doggy play dates.

His dream is to adopt a family that can provide lots of love, exercise & attention and he will provide lots of love in return!

PAW places animals in the Washington DC Metropolitan area only.



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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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Domestic Shorthair

Caboodle is a very affectionate, friendly female kitten born about September 2020. She and her brother Kit are both black and white with... show more

Caboodle is a very affectionate, friendly female kitten born about September 2020. She and her brother Kit are both black and white with medium hair. Caboodle loves to play and she especially enjoys being with her humans for pets and snuggles. She's been introduced to a well-behaved dog and reacted without too much drama. At 4 months of age, Caboodle tested positive for FIV and negative for FELV. Kittens who test postive for FIV under 6 months very frequently test negative after 6 months because they were exposed to the virus through their mothers milk and have have antibodies from their mother. Even if Caboodle tests positive for FIV at 6 months of age, this only means that she may have a weaker immune system than FIV negative cats - many FIV+ cats live just as long as FIV- cats. FIV is NOT transmittable to humans, and only transmissible to cats via deep bite. For more information about FIV, please read "What You Should Know When Adopting a FIV+ Cat" . If you have specific questions, please contact Heather, PAW cat coordinator. Caboodle is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, microchipped and ready to find her forever home! Consider adopting her with her brother Kit for an instant feline family! To meet Caboodle, please complete an application or contact Heather at Due to the COVID pandemic, we are doing meet and greets with our foster cats via Zoom, Facetime or other video conferencing platform. Since the adopter won't be able to meet them in person, PAW is honoring a 2 week trial adoption to ensure it's a good fit. show less