Pet Adoption | Humane Society of Rockport/Fulton: A Boy Named Sue Sings for a New Home


"My name is Sue. How do you do?" Yep, that's me, the big good looking guy in the photo like Johnny Cash sang about. My rescuer told the Humane Society she thought I was a girl when she first saw me in her yard, but I can't imagine why. My husky body, thick fur coat and bushy black tail are very masculine if not downright handsome.

Did you know my namesake song was recorded in San Quentin State Prison? My cattery at the Humane Society is not exactly a prison since I'm not in a cage with bars, but it is missing a very important thing, my own person to pet me and talk to. Could you be that person?

I'm willing to change my name if it would help. I'm young between 1 and 2 years old, neutered, vaccinated and ready to go home. Let's sing a duet together.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St., Fulton, Texas


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