Employee and Volunteer Picks
Of the many wonderful available pets at the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA, these pets are extra special because one of the Humane Society's staff or volunteers has chosen to nominate them as his or her Employee or Volunteer Pick. Read below to find out why Humane Society staff and volunteers love these adoptable pets!
Pet: Aquarius (ID 77883)
Volunteer: Marina V.
Marina, who volunteers as a Rabbit Companion at our North Campus for cats and small animals on Airport Rd, was first drawn to Aquarius because of his special looks and cool personality. "He is gorgeous," she tells us, "and has a soft spot for being pet. Despite his feisty attitude, he truly is lovable." In fact, his "feisty attitude" adds to his appeal as far as Marina is concerned. "I like his attitude and resilience. It makes him an exciting and active bunny." In addition to his personality, Marina thinks his looks are second to none, "...he has very unique spots and beautiful colors that make him very attractive."
When asked what else she loves about this guy, Marina tells us, "He is all-around lovable, and you know that he trusts you when he lets you hold him. I also love that he is always excited to exercise and play!"
If you are interested in meeting or getting more information about this lovable bunny, please stop by our campus on Airport Road or call (760) 757-4357.
Pet: Onyx (111959)
Watch this video of Onyx in action!
Angie F., a trainer at our Central Campus, was immediately drawn to Onyx's willingness to learn and interest in training games. "She is so sweet & smart," Angie exclaims. "And she LOVES to learn." What impressed Angie even more was when she watched that beatiful brain of Onyx's in action, "She LOVES food puzzle toys and is brilliant when it comes to figuring them out."
In addition to exercising her mental skills, this girl is also a phenomenal athlete. "She loves playing fetch, splashing in the kiddie pool and playing soccer," Angie shares. And it's true, if you could see Onyx in action, you'd surely agree that she's got even better moves than David Beckam! Angie also appreciates how nicely Onyx walks on-leash, as well as how happily she stays focused on training for as long as she is asked to. Yep, Onyx is definitely one super-smart, super-enthusiastic girl!! And that beautiful, shiny black coat of hers and sweet brown eyes - well, they just seal the deal, don't they?!!
If you'd like to meet this beautiful action-seeking brainiac, then come on by our Central Campus on Gaines Street for an introduction!
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