Meet Copper and Lil Grey: 2 Adorable Pets Looking for Their Forever Homes

Meet Copper and Lil Grey: 2 Adorable Pets Looking for Their Forever Homes

Copper and Lil Grey are available at the Humane Society of Broward County.

By Sharon Aron Baron

Don’t miss the Humane Society of Broward County’s annual Black Furrday Adoption Event from Friday, November 24, to Sunday, November 26.

During this special event, adoption fees for pets one year of age and older will be ½ price, and select “Cuddle Busters” will have their adoption fees waived. Skip the mall crowds and give a homeless pet the gift of a loving home this holiday season.

Here are two special pets available for adoption now.


Copper, the almost 2-year-old Bloodhound, is like an overgrown puppy full of boundless energy. He’s seeking an active family to keep up with his playful spirit. Known for their incredible sense of smell,

Bloodhounds can sometimes get lost in the enticing scents of the world around them, so don’t take it personally if Copper ignores your calls – he’s just following his nose!

Copper is crate-trained and would thrive in a home with older children. He also gets along well with other dogs but might need a slow introduction to curious cats. Copper (ID 675561) might be the perfect fit for your family if you’re looking for a lively and loving companion.

Lil Grey

Lil Grey, the handsome 5-year-old white and gray kitty, is a true charmer. He enjoys interactive play, climbing, and exploring, but when he’s worn out, he craves a welcoming lap for cuddles and cat naps.

This sweet feline is known to wake up refreshed and ready for action, making him an entertaining addition to any loving home.

Even better is that Lil Grey (ID 674999) gets along with other felines. So, if you have a cat needing a furry friend, Lil Grey could be the purrfect match.


To meet Copper, Lil Grey, or any other pets waiting for their forever homes, please visit the Humane Society of Broward County’s website at and complete the pre-adoption application. Appointments are not necessary, and you can also stop by the shelter in person, located at 2070 Griffin Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

The adoption department opens daily at 11 a.m. If you have any questions, call 954-989-3977 ext. 6.

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Sharon Aron Baron

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