Blue is our house cat at Pet Care Center. If Blue were to write this biography, she would say “I just live here”. Recently, we had a collection box in the lobby area to help our local shelters with common items needed in honor of Adopt A Cat Month. She decided, we think, that she was ready to move on from Pet Care Center and placed herself in the box daily. Clients would continuously think that she was up for adoption.
CC is a full blooded Chocolate Lab belonging to Dr. Wheat. She is the favorite of all the Wheat children and is spoiled rotten. She visits the clinic daily with Dr. Wheat and hangs outside the door to the patient rooms until he exits the room. CC believes herself to be the “human whisperer” by giving mesmerizing sweet eyes, and the humans immediately know she wants a treat.
Maddie was adopted by Animal Care Center when she was a kitten. She enjoys eating unattended food, knocking things off of the counter, and afternoon walks around the clinic. She has a friendly disposition and enjoys being around people.
Rocco is a 4 year old English Mastiff, weighing in at a whopping 160 pounds. He lives in Tickfaw with his daddy, mommy (our very own Candice), and his siblings. Although he resembles a small horse, he does not wear a saddle or give pony rides.
Rocco believes himself to be a lap dog, enjoys chasing four wheelers, swimming in the pond, playing with his siblings, is allergic to life itself, and is truly fond of kittens.
He gracefully gives blood to save other dog's lives and enjoys coming to work with his mommy to help greet clients when they enter the clinic.
Rocco is looking forward to making your acquaintance really soon!
Thomas was rescued from the boat yard, next door to Animal Care Center, as a kitten. Thomas enjoys creeping around the office and staring intently at the humans. He loves to harass the staff by begging for more food, even after he has just eaten. He loves the game of indecisiveness by going outside, coming back in. Meowing to go outside, then immediately wanting to come back in. Desperately wanting to go outside, needing to come back in. Sometimes these games can last a while with the humans.