Berkeley Humane

Quilty and Queue are growing up before our eyes. They started out as shy and nervous little kittens afraid to trust people. They've come a long way and are now relaxed, confident and trusting. They may be a bit nervous when meeting new people, but after a few soft words and gentle chin rubs, they'll open up and show off their playful and curious personalities. Quilty (black) has always been the least shy about being handled and seems to tolerate it very well, makes me think she'd be a good fit for a busy household. She is definitely curious and active, too. Queue (black and white) is a busy girl! Not so tolerant of being handled; would rather run around. Very curious.

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    Meet Zeppelin. One thing is for sure about this pup: he's got a whole lotta love. This 4-month-old is already 27 pounds and will be quite a big fella when full grown. He is a sweet, gentle puppy has a young dog's frequent spurt of rambunctious energy, but overall he tends to be on the mellower side. He loves all people, and enjoys getting to know new friends with a rousing game of fetch. He gets along great with other dogs, and would be a fine candidate to live with a feline, given a proper introduction.


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    Cat adoption hours are noon to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 11 a.m.to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; dog adoption hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday at Berkeley Humane, 2700 Ninth St. Details: 510-845-3633, www.berkeleyhumane.org or dogs@berkeleyhumane.org.