WAGNER TAILS: Still available for adoption

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- Since October, you've seen adoptable pets each Thursday in Wagner Tails. WEAU is happy to share nearly all the pets featured have found new homes, but there are still a few waiting. This week, we're re-airing videos for the pets still available for adoption. Maybe one is waiting for you!
Rome is a one-year-old dog looking for his new home.

Rome tends to be shy around men, so he might do best with a lovely lady as his new owner.

He enjoys walks and belly rubs.

Rome is in a foster home and available through Last Paw Rescue.

He's a pretty laid back guy once he's comfortable.

To learn more, click here.
Cleffa and Skyther were surrendered to Chippewa Humane in July and are still waiting for their forever home.

These two year olds were dropped off when their family could no longer care for them.

They did take a while to warm up the Chippewa Humane staff, but as you can see, they are sweet dogs who love to play.

Cleffa and Skyther are looking for a family with older kids and possibly no other dogs. They do get along with cats.

And again, they are shy at first, but it is so worth it when you get to see them come out of their shells.

To learn more, click here.
(715) 382-4832
Billie Jean is a beauty queen!

This cat knows what she likes and is not afraid to tell you about it.

Staff at the Eau Claire County Humane Association say she can be shy at first, but once she feels comfortable with you, she is very loyal and loving.

Billie Jean is eight years old and ready to be your number one friend.

For an application, click here.
(715) 839-4747
Reba is a young, energetic gal in a foster home in the Sparta area through Last Paw Rescue.

She isn't a country music star, but she does want to take center stage in her new home.

Reba is about two years old and possibly a boxer mix.

She weighs about 60 pounds, so she would do best in a home without small children.

Reba would love a yard of her very own to run and play in!

To fill out an application, click here.
Kit Kat is a seven-year-old tabby cat with white trim.

She's a bit of a big girl weighing in at just more than 18 pounds!

Staff at the Clark County Humane Society joke they think she's maybe had a few too many "Kit Kats" in her past!

All joking aside... Kit Kat is ready to find her new home after her previous owner had to go into a nursing home.

Her favorite past times are belly rubs and watching CCHS staff play with cat toys.

This gal is a bit of a diva and plans to be the queen of her new home, so she'll do best as the only cat.

Kit Kat knows there's a velvet pedestal waiting somewhere out there for her!

For more on how to adopt Kit Kat, click here.
(715) 743-4550
Dolly is a smart girl who knows lots of tricks, including high five, sit and shake.

She's a sweet, six-year-old lab mix being fostered by Last Paw Rescue.

Dolly loves going on walks, chewing on a good bone, begging for treats, or just lying by your side.

Being an older dog, she prefers a home with another older dog or without other dogs.

If you're looking for a dog with a spunky personality who loves people -- Dolly would love to meet you.

For more information, click here.
Ned is a sweet 11-year-old basset hound. He is quiet, sweet, and polite.

His previous owners surrendered him because their other dog wasn't nice to Ned, and he now lives at Bob's House for Dogs.

Ned is blind in his left eye and has a small grade heart murmur that doesn't require any medication or treatment at this point in time.

He had a large spindle cell tumor removed from his back leg. The surgeon couldn't remove all of the tumor, but luckily Spindle Cell Carcinomas do not commonly spread to other organs. If it grows bigger and makes him uncomfortable, there is the opportunity to surgically remove most of it again later on.

He is kind to all the other dogs and people. He isn't potty trained, so that's something to keep in mind.

But staff with Bob's House for Dogs say Ned is such a pleasure to have around the house.

To adopt Ned, click here.
(715) 878-4505
What's a hound gotta do to get a family around here?

Hoolie has been in foster care for five months in La Crosse. This bluetick coonhound is approximately 70 pounds and six years old.

Hoolie loves the outdoors, including dog parks -- but he also wants you to know he's a professional napper!

Last Paw Rescue says Hoolie currently lives in a foster home with kids and other dogs -- but he does prefer dogs with a lower energy level and no cats.

Hoolie is just an old soul looking for a place to call home.

For more information, click here.