Hopkins County Humane Society’s Pet of the Week! Monday, January 29

Meet Furley, an eight-and-a-half-year-old Mountain Cur mix who has been patiently waiting for his forever home for 55 days at the shelter. Despite his prolonged stay, Furley maintains a serene and sweet disposition that captures the hearts of everyone he meets. Furley’s days are spent in peaceful repose, preferring the comfort of his bed to energetic play sessions. He’s not one to chase after toys or engage in boisterous antics; instead, he finds contentment in quiet moments of relaxation. With a gentle demeanor and a soulful gaze, Furley radiates a sense of calm that is both comforting and endearing. While Furley adores human companionship and eagerly welcomes affectionate gestures from shelter visitors, he is selective about his canine counterparts. He thrives as the sole canine in a household, preferring solitude over the hustle and bustle of a multi-dog environment. However, his amiable nature extends to feline friends, as he coexists peacefully with them, sharing the same laid-back attitude. As Furley approaches his senior years, he longs for a loving family to call his own-a family that will cherish his gentle spirit and provide him with the comfort and security he deserves. Despite his age, Furley has plenty of love left to give and is ready to devote himself wholeheartedly to his new family. If you’re seeking a loyal companion to share quiet moments and unconditional love, look no further than Furley. Help us find his forever home and give this beautiful, sweet boy the chance to live out his golden years in happiness and contentment.