As much as we can come to love our pets, life can create circumstances where it is no longer feasible to keep our pet. Whether it be an ailment of a guardian or a behavior problem with other pets or children, it is never easy to give up a pet. The main thing is to do everything you can to help the situation, if that doesn’t work then you need to find the pet a good home.

As much as we can come to love our pets, life can create circumstances where it is no longer feasible to keep our pet. Whether it be an ailment of a guardian or a behavior problem with other pets or children, it is never easy to give up a pet. The main thing is to do everything you can to help the situation, if that doesn’t work then you need to find the pet a good home.

This is the case with Isis, a beautiful white Siberian husky with baby blue eyes. Isis’ mom is ill and can no longer care for her. Isis’ Dad can no longer give her the time she needs. This 6-year-young girl needs a good home with guardians that can walk her, play with her, and make her part of the family.

Isis is completely house broken. She will tell her guardians when she needs to go out. Isis knows the commands: Sit, stay and down. She loves to go for walks and will dance in circles at the mere mention of a walk. Isis has a sweet disposition and loves kids of all ages.

This wonderful girl would make a great family pet. If you think that Isis might be a good fit for your family please go to our web site and complete an application.

Animals Best Friends would like to ask our supporters and other animal lovers to consider fostering a homeless animal. ABF has an abundance of rescues and is looking for good foster homes. All medical expenses will be paid by ABF for foster “kids.” If you are interested in fostering an animal or want to know more about it send an e-mail to rescue@animalsbestfriends.org or call 816-254-8664. There is also a Foster Parent application on our web site.

Fostering is very rewarding and can be an essential part of placing animals in permanent homes.

Animals Best Friends wish list includes dog chow, dog biscuits, rawhides, cow hooves, canned dog and cat food, laundry soap, bleach, Fantastic cleaning spray, paper towels and newspapers. There is a paper recycling bin in the parking lot at ABF Headquarters, 2302 S. Crysler Ave., Independence. Please, no cardboard or telephone books. We appreciate your support.

The following animals are available for adoption at the Independence Animal Shelter. Visit the shelter at 875 Vista Drive or call 816-325-7207 for more information. If you have an animal control problem, call 325-7205.

9432097 male pointer, black, 1 year. 9387565 female retriever, yellow, 1 year. 9466240 male German shepherd, black/tan, 2 years. 9505093 male beagle mix, tan/white, 6 months. 9488075 male Lowchen mix, tan/black, 1 year. 9491655 female Shih Tzu, gray, 1 year. 9492163 male Lhasa Apso, black/white, 1 year. 9489279 male dachshund, red, 1 year. 9498380 male Chihuahua, black/brown, 4 years. 9504056 female retriever, yellow, 2 months. 9495900 female Yorkie, red/black, 4 years.

There are lots more dogs, puppies, cats and kittens available for adoption.