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Second Chance Sundays: Dexter and Elroy

Second Chance Sheltering Network, Inc. is an all-volunteer,
not-for-profit animal rescue group serving the Western New York area. 
Their goal is to help place homeless animals while simultaneously
helping interested individuals find a new furry companion.  Every
Sunday, we will be running a homeless pet spotlight to help these
animals find a good home with a loving family.

Meet the Boys!

Dexter (grey) and Elroy (black) are just too cute to be males, but they are!  These 8 week old little lovers came to us with their siblings and mama from a home with too many cats.  They love to play, chase balls, cuddle and are very cat friendly.  They will be going in to be altered in about one week and they will be up for adoption at that time. 

If you would like to get your application in for these two “luv-bugs” or any of their siblings, just give Second Chance a call at 716-652-6051. 

Many more adoptable animals can be seen on our website: and check out our “Black Beauty Special” which is good until June 1st

Written by Sarah Maurer

Sarah Maurer

I moved to Buffalo to attend Canisius College in 2007 and began writing for Buffalo Rising as a journalism intern in 2010. Working with Newell and meeting numerous entrepreneurs, activists and everyday folks who were working to make their city better made a huge impact on my decision to stay here. After witnessing all the positive development and grassroots initiatives happening in neighborhoods throughout the city, I was inspired to pursue a term of service in AmeriCorps and a career in Buffalo's non-profit sector. I currently work in the housing department at the Lt. Col. Matt Urban Human Services Center of WNY and am excited to be a part of their ongoing efforts to revitalize the Broadway Fillmore neighborhood. I also volunteer as the project coordinator for Artfarms Buffalo. I continue to write for Buffalo Rising because I love having the opportunity to stay connected to those working toward positive changes for the Queen City.

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