Meet Nugget! She is a very happy American Staffordshire terrier mix with a big, beautiful smile and lots of spunk and energy. She is 40 pounds and short in stature—a mini Pitty with a big personality! She loves playing in the yard, rolling in the grass, and getting belly rubs in the shade (who doesn’t??).
Nugget was found as a stray so her precise age is unknown, but she is an adult. She gets along with calm dogs and older children. This little cutie is fully house-trained, spayed, and her vaccinations are up to date.
Meet Kitty! She is a very pretty, adult tortoise shell cat that was surrendered to the Somerset Regional Animal Shelter when her owner passed away. Understandably, the little gal is a bit nervous, being at the shelter without the only human she has ever known, but she still remains friendly and sweet to volunteers and visitors.
This gorgeous, green-eyed cutie is fully house-trained, spayed, and her vaccinations are up to date. Stop by and meet Kitty today!
Somerset Regional Animal Shelter is a not-for-profit municipal shelter in Bridgewater, NJ. In addition to pet adoptions, the shelter provides animal control services and a Trap Neuter Return program for stray cats.
If you’re not quite ready to adopt a pet, why not lend your time as a volunteer at the shelter instead? Volunteer opportunities include: daily shelter cleaning, daily dog walking, offsite adoption events, fundraising events, and socializing shy cats. Meet some cool new people and help homeless animals in one fell swoop!