BOSTON (CBS) — A dog and a cat up for adoption through the MSPCA were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Monte is an eight-year-old Yorkshire terrier mix who was surrendered by a family who could no longer care for him. He is in great health and would do well in almost any sort of family.READ MORE: 9 Injured At Back Bay MBTA Station After Escalator Malfunction
He is the perfect dog — but he does have bad breath!
Whitney is a gorgeous gray and white kitten who is about five-months-old. A good Samaritan brought her to the MPSCA after she was found wandering the streets of Boston.READ MORE: First Afghan Refugees Arrive In Massachusetts
Whitney loves to cuddle and would be a great lap cat.
The MSPCA center on Cape Cod recently gained national attention for helping a family reconnect with their cat after seven years because of a microchip.
Since then, the MPSCA has launched a walk-in microchip clinic at all of their locations. For $15, you can have your pet fit for a microchip, which is fast and easy, to receive peace of mind.MORE NEWS: Gas Leak In Lawrence Forces More Than 100 People Out Of Nearby Buildings
For more information about available pets to help the animals, visit the MSPCA website.