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Brazos Buddies: Meet Figgy Pudding!

Named after a traditional Christmas dish, our latest Brazos Buddy loves to cuddle so much that shelter staff call him a 'lap cat.'

BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas — Figgy Pudding 

Named after the traditional Christmas dish, this week's Brazos Buddy is Figgy Pudding! 

Figgy Pudding is a three to four-year-old Domestic Shorthair black cat and according to shelter staff, he is a real 'lap cat.' He loves cat towers, scratching posts, stringy toys and most of all cuddling!

Shelter staff said that Figgy isn't very vocal but when he does meow it usually means that he wants some attention!    

She was brought to the Aggieland Humane Society in December as a stray and needs a forever home.

If you would like to adopt Figgy or any other pet, all adoptions at Aggieland Humane will be $12 until Dec. 31, please visit the shelter website at aggielandhumane.org for more info.

Bob

This week's Brazos Buddy is Bob!

Not to confuse him with our Chief Meteorologist, Bob the cat is a three-month black cat who has been with the Bryan Animal Center since November. After his arrival, Bob needed an emergency amputation and is now adjusting to life with three legs. 

That doesn't stop him, though! Bob loves cuddles and playing with his fellow humans at the shelter. Though he is still getting used to life with an odd number of paws, Bob is expected to grow and live a healthy life! 

The Bryan Animal Center has lowered adoption fees to just four dollars this holiday season. The center has seen an increase in pets and are hoping members of the community stop by and take home a new family member like Bob.

If you need more information on the adoption process, visit their website here.

Emerald

This week's Brazos Buddy is Emerald! 

Emerald is an adult female black-mouth cur mix and according to shelter staff, she loves treats. She is not a big fan of chew toys but loves to show off her tricks. Emerald knows how to sit, spin and shake 'paws' on command!  

She was brought to the Aggieland Humane Society in October as a stray and needs a forever home.

If you would like to adopt Emerald or any other pet for the holidays all adoptions will be $12 at Aggieland Humane from Dec.10 to Dec 23, please visit the shelter website at aggielandhumane.org for more info.

Cricket

Everyone meet this week's Brazos Buddy, Cricket, a six-month-old female hound mix!

Cricket is a very active pup that is looking for a home for the paw-lidays. (*ba dum tsss*)

She has been at the Bryan Animal Center for three months now and staff members say she is great with other dogs! The Bryan Animal Center is lowering all adoption fees to $10 with an approved application from now until Dec. 13th. 

So if you would like to adopt cricket or any other pet please visit their website here.

Cairo

This week's Brazos Buddy is Cairo the cat. 

Cairo is an adult male domestic shorthair and according to shelter staff, he loves to play with toys and play hide and seek. Cairo is a curious cat with gorgeous eyes who loves to snuggle 

He was brought to the Aggieland Humane Society in September by animal control and needs a forever home.

If you would like to adopt Cairo or look at any other animals up for adoption please visit the shelter website at aggielandhumane.org

  

Trip

This week's Brazos Buddy is a seven-month-old hound mix named Trip!

Trip is a very active pup that loves to run and play with his chew toys. Staff members at the Bryan Animal Center said Trip is dog friendly, neutered and all caught up on his vaccinations.

Trip has been at the Bryan Animal Center for almost three months now which makes him a V.I.P! His adoption fees are $50 and he needs a forever home.

If you would like to adopt Trip or any other pup please visit the Bryan Animal Center website.

Macaroni - ADOPTED

KAGS was notified on Nov. 19 that Macaroni found his forever home. His new name is Milo and we wish him and his new family the best! 

Named after everyone's favorite side dish, this week's Brazos Buddy is Macaroni!

Macaroni is an adult male lab mix that was found wandering around Brazos County back in mid-October. He has been with the Aggieland Humane Society ever since. 

According to Aggieland, this pup is very friendly, treat motivated and loves to show off all of his tricks. 

If you are interested in adopting Macaroni, please visit the Aggieland Humane Society's website and submit an application. All applications must be approved by the shelter, which could take a few days. 

If you are looking for a new pet, Aggieland Humane Society is waiving all adoption fees for Veterans and active-duty service members on Veterans Day, Thursday, Nov. 11.

Gomez & Morticia

You have got to love an Addams Family reference!

These bunnies are approximately one to two years old and have been at the Bryan Animal Center for quite some time now.

The brown bunny is named Gomez and he loves to play with his toys, while Morticia, the black-spotted bunny, is more reserved. 

According to staff, both of these bunnies love to sit in laps and give snuggles, so they would make great 'study bunnies.' If you are interested in adopting one or both of the bunnies, please visit the Brazos Animal Center website.