Berkeley Humane Society

Capo and Coda are cuddly 3-month-old kittens who love to be held. They are playful, yet gentle with people and have loud purrs. They love each others' company and play for hours every day. If we pick up one the other will purr by your leg while stretching high to ask to be held too. They do very well being held by even preschoolers. They are not afraid of other animals. Coda has beautiful soft blue fur and loves to curl up for naps on your lap or shoulders after a game of chase-the-toy. She loves to lay like a baby and get her tummy rubbed. Capo (black) has learned not to use claws with people, even in the middle of a play session. After chasing a toy on a string, he will bite it and make play growls while dragging it around. He loves to have his back scratched.

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    Meet Mario, a friendly 1-year-old, 18-pound dog with a great personality and calm demeanor who will probably do well in just about any home. He loves walks and enjoys the company of other dogs. He'd probably even learn to live peacefully with dog-savvy cats given a proper slow introduction. Like all young dogs, Mario will benefit from ongoing socialization and plenty of fun, dog-friendly training.

    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. More details: 510-845-3633, www.berkeleyhumane.org or dogs@berkeleyhumane.org.



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