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    Nashville Noise Pet of the Month: Meet Marigold

    Our very first pet of the month couldn’t be any sweeter. Marigold is a three-year-old at Williamson County Animal Center and she will steal your heart.

    Marigold is a beautiful brindle color but, sadly, she’s one of the shelter’s longest residents. She’s a mix breed but one of the prettiest “mutts” we’ve ever seen. Unfortunately, she hasn’t had the easiest life and she needs someone that has a lot of love to give. Marigold would thrive in a house that has no kids and no other dogs. She needs love and attention to help her adjust to life outside the shelter.

    Do you work from home? Are you retired and looking for a companion? Marigold would be perfect for you. She may be a little timid at first but with the right person, she’ll warm right up. This three-year-old would also love spending some downtime in your lap.

    Just take one look at this gallery of Marigold and you’ll see why we love her so much.

    If you think that Marigold sounds like the special angel you need, visit her at Williamson County Animal Center (and tell them Nashville Noise sent you). You can read more about her here or by emailing wcacangels@yahoo.com. Just remember, Marigold needs a FOREVER home, not a temporary one.

    If you’re not able to adopt this precious pup, consider sponsoring her at her Petfinder link.

    Our very first pet of the month couldn't be any sweeter. Marigold is a three-year-old at Williamson County Animal Center and she will steal your heart. Marigold is a beautiful brindle color but, sadly, she's one of the shelter's longest residents. She's a mix breed but one of the prettiest "mutts" we've ever seen. Unfortunately, she hasn't had the easiest life and she needs someone that has a lot of love to give. Marigold would thrive in a house that has no kids and no other dogs. She needs love and attention to help her adjust to life outside the shelter. Do you work from home? Are you retired and looking for a companion? Marigold would be perfect for you. She may be a little timid at first but with the right person, she'll warm right up. This three-year-old would also love spending some downtime in your lap. Just take one look at this gallery of Marigold and you'll see why we love her so much. If you think that Marigold sounds like the special angel you need, visit her at Williamson County Animal Center (and tell them Nashville Noise sent you). You can read more about her here or by emailing wcacangels@yahoo.com. Just remember, Marigold needs a FOREVER home, not a temporary one. If you're not able to adopt this precious pup, consider sponsoring her at her Petfinder link.
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