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Willow
Golden Retriever
Female

Willow is a free spirit, independent girl whose flip personality also makes her a huge snuggler. She doesn't realize she isn't a lap dog and loves snuggling up next to us or her "sister" Pumpkin.

Willow
Tortoiseshell
Female

Willow is looking for a new home!
She is a tortoise shell female cat.
Willow is a very affectionate young cat who purrs a lot! She is the oldest out of a four litter. Her two sisters have been adopted out and its just her and her brother (Onyx) left.
She is a quite cat who does not do a whole lot, she gets a long great with other people and likes other cats she just needs to get used to them.

If you are interested in adopting Willow Contact Laura via email at: adoptcatz@rocketmail.com

Willow
Australian Shepherd
Female
Willow
Siberian Husky
Female

My name is Willow, and I am a Siberian Husky puppy. I have a black and white coat with some red/brown markings, and chocolate brown eyes just like my dad, Cesar. I live with my human mommy and my sister, Nina. I get to visit with my mom, Zoey, my dad, and my brothers, Kyrian and Blaze, everyday. Kyrian is my favourite brother, we are always together. I am very calm and reserved for a puppy, but I do have my moments. I help balance out my rambunctious sister, Nina, and I enjoy going for walks and playing in the snow!

Willow
Tabby
Female

I am a cuddly girl and absolutely love my mom. I'm a little chubby, but I'm eating a slim care food, just so I don't gain any more weight.

Willow
Snowshoe
Female

Hi everyone, my name is Willow and I'm Myst's sister. I am supposed to have a new home. but mom hasn't heard from the people in several weeks, so she doesn't know if they still want me or not. She says that's ok though if they don't cause I don't have to worry at all, I can stay here as long as I need too, even if it's forever, cause I'm sooooooooo sweet. She decided to give me my own page, since we don't know how long I'll be here. I'm the bully of the kittens and a little tough, but I'm also very brave. Mom said today that I'm here to stay!! Yipeee!!! I don't have to go anywhere else, I'm so happy!!

Willow
Male

My name is Willow, My grandma named me. My mom found me when I was too small to even walk, I was just a little ball of black fur lying in the middle of the road. Mom freaked out and had the person she was driving with pull over. When she got to me a big scary car was stopped over me at a red light, when it drove away mom ran up to me and touched my back, she didn't know if I was alive or not, When she heard me cry she grabbed me up and ran back to the car, she started crying too and when I heard her I looked up and stretched my paw up at her. (Which I still do a lot.) I love my mom so much! Her and my grandma (and my great grandma) raised me, they fed me bottles and played with me. I had to live in my mom's room for a long time, because my grandpa said I had to (he's kind of a meanie.) So i'm a little anxious and weird around people, especially people I dont know (but that won't stop me from climbing into their bags.)

My mom moved in with my dad and took me with her, I was really mad at first but now i'm okay, I like having more room to run around in, and I'm starting to get a long better with the other cats. I even don't mind cuddling up to my dad now.

My mom always loves to point out how I meow every time she sneezes, but i'm just saying bless you!

I'm pretty fiesty, I love to play with my mom, she'll knock me down and run away and i'll chase her and sway my head around, its pretty fun. Sometimes i'll play chase with Lily too.

My mom keeps me in the big room by myself at night because I love to meow and wake everyone up at 4am. But I like the alone time, when I don't have to share a space with my brothers and sister.

Willow
Goose
Female

Willow is a house goose that has the ability to alert me when my glucose levels drop to dangerous levels. She's been an asset to my life, and is very affectionate and cuddly. Her breed is Tufted Roman, and her mother was actually imported from Italy.

January 29th, 2010, I just had my heart ripped out today, when my baby died just short of her third birthday. As a gosling, she broke a bit of her beak, and lost a great deal of blood. I think this is what had lead to her to become anemic. I had always thought that her paleness was just a trait of the Tufted Roman; but apparently, I was wrong.

I did all I could to save her, including going out in a blizzard to get tubing to force feed her. I feel like a failure. She saved my life on countless occassions, and I was unable to save her. Willow can never be replaced,

It turns out that the anemia was due to a problem with egg production and I did treat Willow. There was nothing else that could have been done for her. I have studied ornathology and avian medicine for many years prior to getting her. The only thing that could have been done that I couldn't have done, is given her a blood transfusion. But where would I have gotten a healthy goose to donate it's blood? There's no way I'd use a wild goose, as they're protected, and carry many diseases. There are no domestic - pet geese in my area that could have donated. So I really did all there was to do.

From Willow:

Mommy still has a hard time reading posts to me on here. I miss giving her hugs and kisses and telling her that I love her. I could actually say the words: Hi, love, it, and I would giggle like Ernie on Sesame Street. Even when I did things that would normally get me in trouble, all I had to do is say the few words I could say, or giggle, and Mommy couldn't stay mad.

Willow
Tabby
Female

Willow (Gray Tabby) was rescued from a shopping center parking lot. I heard her meow and called kitty and she came running and got right in the car. She rode on my shoulder the entire way home! SOLD! The tip end of her tail had been cut off when we found her so she has an odd lengthed tail that gives people a second look. They are like "Hmmm,,,, is her tail shorter than most or going crazy?" She also answers to Willomena and Willard.

Willow
Australian Cattle
Female

Willow is a 3-legged Blue Heeler we adopted through Pet Finder. She is the most loving and affectionate dog I have ever met! Her head and ears are as soft as black velvet. She has all of the herding instincts and tries to keep her herd (family) right where she can keep an eye on them!