Quillan and Quinn find puppy love at Fire Service

| 05/09/2019 | 1 Comment
  • Cayman News Service
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(CNS Local Life): A pair of three month old puppies from the Cayman Islands Humane Society were recently taken on a field trip to the Central Fire Station, raising awareness of their need for a new home while getting a little extra attention from the fire officers on duty. Last week the Humane Society said that it was full and could no longer accept new animals.

The visit to the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) highlighted the problem of the number of unwanted or stray dogs and cats in Cayman that the charity is struggling to cope with. But what the animals really need is to find good homes for them.

“The Humane Society puts in such tireless work to find these dogs a permanent home,” said Acting Chief Fire Officer Brevon Elliott. “The CIFS are more than happy to help in whatever way we can to raise public awareness of what they do. Especially if that means giving these adorable puppies a few well deserved pats.”

Quillan and Quinn are both Cayman mixed breed and were brought to the Humane Society shelter with their siblings.

Anyone interested in meeting them or any other dog needing a new home should contact the Humane Society directly on 949-1461 or through their Facebook page.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Cayman Mutts make fine dogs. Hardy, smart and loyal.

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