Pet Of The Week

"Like sitting in prison." That's how Dr. Linda Kuhn at the Human Society of Eastern Carolina describes what it's like for Casey, after being surrendered by her owners, to now, live in a cage.

8 year old Casey, lived inside a home for all of her years. She's trained, housebroken, and loving. But, now, she has to wait inside a cage at the Human Society of Eastern Carolina until someone brings her home.

While she's always be safe there, volunteers want to see this Corgi-Bassett mix, go to a loving home.

Call today and adopt Casey at (252) 413-7247.


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  • by Diane Location: NC on May 5, 2010 at 09:33 PM
    I understand that when people lose their jobs and can't pay the bills or buy food that a pet seems like something that can be cut out of the budget so others who are still getting by should do what they can to help. With the economy like it is a lot of people are having to give up their pets. I live on disability and I currently have 13 rescued/adopted cats and an 18 year old cat coming to me this week because the owner can't keep her anymore. Step up if you can folks, even if it's just donating good to the animal shelter/humane society.
  • by Anonymous on May 5, 2010 at 03:53 PM
    lets buy food for homeless people too instead of just riding by them....
  • by Lucky Dawg Location: EN SEE on May 5, 2010 at 03:09 PM
    Meye mama an daddy reskewed ME frum the Beaufort County Humane Society sicks yeers uhgo! Eye luv meye hewmuns a lot, an eye luv two give thim kissies! Eye luv two sleep on the kouch an eet EYES KREEM! Eye am uh PRINNSISS! Thank ewe two the peeple who luv aminals!
  • by Grammar Teacher Location: Pitt Co on May 5, 2010 at 02:20 PM
    Taylor: Torture.
  • by Dave Location: Greenville on May 5, 2010 at 12:16 PM
    You're a good man JB
  • by taylor Location: stepps on May 5, 2010 at 10:53 AM
    awwww how sad i hate people who torcher animals man
  • by Granny Location: Washington County on May 5, 2010 at 10:48 AM
    To JB: your my hero.
  • by Tonya on May 5, 2010 at 09:59 AM
    I would go hungry before I gave my pets away. A pet is a life time committment. You don't discard them when the going gets tough. They are not that expensive. You can get a 50lb bag of dog food at Walmart for $16. That should last one dog more than a month. There is no excuse.
  • by Kathy Location: Washington on May 5, 2010 at 08:35 AM
    I could no more get rid of one of my animals than I could my child or husband. I have an ankle-biter, big-mouthed, Chihuahua and an 80-lb chocolate lab who both stay in the house in addition to an incredibly ill-tempered, evil-minded cat with absolutely no redeeming qualities. People need to realize, something I didn't really realize, is when you get a pet, they can sometimes live to 20 years old. That's longer than some children stay at home. I hope this doggie finds a home soon. Three animals in my house are about 3 too many already. Good luck Casey.
  • by anonymous Location: greenville on May 5, 2010 at 08:25 AM
    We just rescued a starving hunting dog last week. And have another one we rescued 2 years ago. They are the sweetest dogs in the world.
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