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Hi, my name is Sophie. My previous owner died a few weeks ago and now Iím looking for a new home. Iím 3 years old, a female, long-haired, and everybody tells me Iím a Tennessee Volunteer 'cause Iím orange and white. Iíve been an only cat so Iím not sure if I would get along with a brother or sister. I love to look out windows and doors, but Iíve never been brave enough to venture outdoors. My favorite game is to play fetch, especially with small silk flowers. You throw it and Iíll bring it back to you. And by-the-way, did you know colored shoe strings are fascinating? Iím healthy, leukemia-free, spayed, have had all my vaccinations and am litter box trained. I havenít been around small children, so they may be a little scary at first, but I should warm up pretty quickly to a new environment. Once I trust you, we can cuddle with me in your lap while we watch TV. Iím currently staying at my veterinarianís office so they can make sure Iím not lonely, but I canít wait to be able to explore my new home. If you are interested in me, please contact Susan Ramsey at or call (865)966-7514.† [Posted 5/6/2017]


Tux is looking for a home since her owner died. She has been living with her friend Precious but they do not have to be adopted together. In fact, we believe Tux would prefer to be an only cat. She does not seem particularly fond of Precious and we are still exploring how she will adjust to the other cats in the foster home. Tux has mild to moderate asthma, but it is controlled by medication (one shot at the vet every six months) and does not affect her daily life. Other than that she is healthy, feline-leukemia-free, spayed, microchipped, and up to date on her vaccinations and flea medications. She is friendly and likes people, especially those with laps. Please contact Vicky White at, or call (865)272-6448, and leave a message. [Posted 4/6/2017]
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Precious needs a home since her former owner died. She has been living with her friend Tux, but they do not have to be adopted together. She is healthy, feline-leukemia-free, spayed, microchipped, and up to date on her vaccinations and flea medications. We are still exploring how she interacts with other cats; so far she seems cautious but interested. She loves people and petting. Please contact Vicky White at, or call (865)272-6448, and leave a message. [Posted 4/6/2017]
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Spot is a very happy and exuberant beagle about 3-6 years old (we are calling him 5!) and a male. He dislikes cats but gets along with dogs as a rule. He came to us as a rescue from a good samaritan who found him with severe lacerations. He might not be ideal for young children because he likes to jump up for attention and could knock a child over with his excitement. However, we have not tested him around infants or toddlers and don't know for sure.... But he loves people, and he seems perfect for those that are slightly older: a very active 11-year-old was happily playing and dancing with him. He is a beagle and will howl and bay some! He will also kiss you and just loves attention and petting and belly rubs. We know he did not have much of a family life before and was outside alone -- penned or chained most of the time. We think he is a wonderful dog and has a loving personality. Really, he just wants to be a part of someone's family. Thank you so much for any assistance in finding this good boy a home!
Barbara Reeve, DVM, Jackson Square Animal Clinic, (865)483-5994, [Posted 3/29/2017]
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Bonnie is a 6-year-old redbone coonhound. She is spayed and up to date on necessary shots. Bonnie is energetic, playful, sweet, and loving to her humans. We are fostering her (not affiliated with any group). We took her in with the intent to keep her, but without knowing her history, we discovered she wants to be an only pet. We have two elderly dogs and Bonnie is not a fit for our home. I recommend her for a home without other pets. She is crate-trained, but we do not know if she is house-trained. Please contact Melanie at (865)216-4977 (text preferred) if you are interested in helping Bonnie find a permanent home. [Posted 1/12/2017]

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Rebel is a two-year-old orange tabby. He is 11.5 pounds and has short hair. He has beautiful amber eyes and cute little freckles on his nose. He is up to date on vaccines, neutered, microchipped, dewormed, and healthy. He loves to cuddle and is very affectionate. He is well behaved and has good litter box manners. Great with children! He currently lives with a 5- and a 10-year-old and adores them! He seems to be okay with small dogs. He does NOT like other cats. He must be the only cat in the home. He does not like to go outside and prefers to be inside with people. He really has the greatest personality and is the most loving and sweetest cat I have ever known. He would love a household with children or any home that's ready to give lots of love. If you are looking for a loving companion who's ready to cuddle then Rebel is the kitty for you! For more info please contact Amanda at (423)580-9106 or [Posted 4/22/2017]
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Piper is a 4-month-old female mixed pup. She seems to get along with everyone, dogs and kids, but has not been exposed to cats. She is the runt of the litter and, as a result of being bullied by her siblings, she is timid and shy, but she is very trainable and willing to please. At the present she is living with my daughter and family, and they have 7 dogs, but she would probably do better as a single dog. She's attached to her one sibling that my daughter kept. She is not bouncy and/or hyperactive and gets along great with children. She is a sweetheart who needs a loving home. The vet said will likely be medium-size. Piper will be spayed before being adopted. Contact Sue Gross at (865)250-3316. [Posted 4/22/2017]

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