Meet Allie, NSALA’s rescue pet of the week that was adopted

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Allie has found a great new home not long after we featured here on Movie TV Tech Geeks. Scroll down to find more great cats and dogs looking for a new home.

This week we have a sweet little pup that is anxiously waiting to find her forever home. As many of you know, we here at Movie TV Tech Geeks have been teaming up with the reputable North Shore Animal League America to raise awareness for pet adoption. By featuring an adoptable cat or dog every week, we have been able to help find homes for countless animals and shine a light on the many animals that are in need.

Even if you don’t live in the area, you can still contact North Shore Animal League, and they can guide you to the closest no-kill rescue shelter in your area for a similar dog or even arrange travel arrangements. If you have a friend you think would be interested, pass these articles on as we are working even harder this year to get even more pets adopted than last year.

North Shore Animal League America, which is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. Since 1944, the organization has strived towards achieving its ultimate vision: “To put an end to animal cruelty and euthanasia and to create a world in which all companion animals find compassionate permanent homes.”

To date, North Shore has helped find homes for over 1,000,000 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens. With their main headquarters in Port Washington, New York, North Shore provides crucial resources such as a pet adoption center, a pet health center that offers affordable veterinary care and much more.

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Photo: Ellen Dunn

Now, please help us welcome the latest pet to be featured in our “Adopt Me” section, Allie!

Allie is a 7-year-old Terrier/Border Collie mix. She was lucky enough to be rescued by North Shore from down in South Carolina. She is a fairly small pup, with a sweet and smiley disposition. Allie isn’t just a pretty face, the staff at North Shore note that she is also a very smart girl. Some of Allie’s favorite past times include going on walks with her two-legged friends and playing with her canine buddies at the park. She is incredibly well mannered and is already housebroken (meaning she knows to do her business outside).

The Terrier breed has a wide range when it comes to size. While some full/part Terriers are rather large, some fall more on the smaller side of the canine spectrum (such as Allie). Terriers were first bred and trained to hunt rodents and vermin. Therefore, the breed has an innate love for activity and enjoying the great outdoors. The name Terrier is actually in reference to the Latin word “terra” meaning Earth, and it signifies their love of digging which was once useful for finding prey such as moles and badgers.

Due to their trained hunting past, Terriers are also notably intelligent and are quite responsive to training. They are often very single-minded, meaning that they become very concentrated at the task at hand, whether that be playing fetch or hunting prey. While hanging out at North Shore, Allie has already demonstrated her smarts and has shown to be a very well behaved pup.

In addition, Allie’s particular breed is also known for being territorial. They are often protective of their homes and loved ones, thus, can form very strong bonds with their owners.

Rosie Tombolo, the Kennel Manager at North Shore Animal League America notes, “Allie has such a loving personality. She greets everyone who comes to visit her and even gives kisses.”

Based on her playful and friendly personality, the staff at North Shore believes that Allie would be happy in a home that already has a canine friend wandering around. In addition, it is recommended that Allie go to a home with children (if any) who are over the age of 10.

Moreover, Allie is a loving, adorable dog that has plenty of joy and happiness to share with the family who opens up both their home and their hearts, to her.

If you wish to adopt Allie, please email Kennel Manager, Rachael Rudman at

ALLIE – Adoption #: SCR2403

North Shore Animal League America
25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone: 516-883-7575

Adoption Center Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10am-9pm
Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm


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At just 8 months old, Mahoney is a Shar-Pei/Cattle dog mix. He was fortunate enough to be rescued by North Shore Animal League America from a municipal shelter in Arkansas. Although he is still very young, he has already shown to be a bright pup. In fact, he already responds to basic commands and performs even better when treats are involved.

The Shar-Pei breed is known for being loyal to their handlers. They love to spend their time running, walking, playing, or even just hanging out on the sofa for the day with the ones they love. However, while they may be notably loyal when it comes to their family, Shar-Peis still [generally] maintain a friendly demeanor when meeting new people/animals.

In terms of caring for a Shar-Pei, they are noted as one of the easier dog breeds to physically maintain. They have short fur that needs very minimal brushing and washing. Mahoney’s other breed, Cattle dog, is also known for being low maintenance when it comes to grooming and physical upkeep.

As demonstrated by Mahoney’s ability to perform basic commands at such a young age, Shar-Peis are highly trainable. Most owners of the breed say that it takes very little time to get them housebroken.

Since Mahoney is still considered to be a puppy, he definitely expends a youthful energy. Around the North Shore shelter he is always wandering about with his tail wagging and a big smile on his face.

Rosie Tombolo, the Kennel Manager at North Shore Animal League America notes, “Mahoney’s tail never stops wagging. He has such a happy disposition and loves getting belly rubs, treats and hugs from his two-legged friends.”

North Shore is looking for a family who has the time to work with Mahoney, teaching him how to behave as he matures into a full-grown dog. Since he is rather rambunctious, the family would need to have some patience and be able to provide the leadership that Mahoney needs. The staff at North Shore believes that Mahoney would do best in a home with children (if any) who are over the age of 12. In addition, they also believe that he would be okay with having another four-legged playmate in his family. It is suggested that any interested adopters who currently have dog(s) bring them in, as it is best to ensure that Mahoney meshes well with his potential future four-legged roommates.

Moreover, Mahoney has an infectious joy that will bring plenty of happiness and light into any [suitable] family that opens their doors and hearts to him.

If you are interested in adopting Mahoney, please e-mail Rachael Rudman at

MAHONEY – Adoption #: R161639

North Shore Animal League America
25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone: 516-883-7575

Adoption Center Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10am-9pm
Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm

Once again, meet…

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Our latest feature, Leeza, is an adorable 1-year-old domestic shorthaired Tabby cat. She was rescued by North Shore from the New York Tri-State Area alongside a whole litter of kittens, however she is the last of the bunch to still be looking for a home. While Leeza is a fairly shy kitty at first, she warms up to people quickly once she gets to know them and she becomes comfortable with her surroundings.

If you are interested in adopting Leeza, please contact Dorit at

LEEZA – Adoption #: MA2922

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Back in July we featured 5-year-old Calypso, a striking grey-toned shorthaired domestic Tabby cat. While staying at the shelter, Calypso has made herself known for her attentiveness and infectious energy. She can often be heard announcing her arrival into a room and seen chasing her favorite play toys.

If you are interested in adopting Calypso, please e-mail

CALYPSO – Adoption #: MS2529

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Pom-Pom, who like Calypso was also featured in July, is a young shorthaired black domestic cat. Just over a year old, Pom-Pom has made his love for ear scratches and cat treats well known around the shelter. He is the perfect companion, as he loves to be playful and have fun, but he also appreciates a quiet afternoon spent purring away on someone’s lap.

 If you have had cats previously and are interested in adopting Pom-Pom, please send an inquiry e-mail

POM POM – Adoption #: D48272

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Way back in February we introduced our readers to Louie, a 9-year-old Havanese-Papillion mix. Louie came from a tough upbringing, as North Shore saved him from a puppy mill. However despite his past, Louie is an incredibly adaptable pup. He has a sweet personality and is ready to be placed in a warm, loving home.

f you are the one to give Louie a much better life than she previously knew, please contact Kristie Delekta at for more information.

LOUIE – Adoption #PM5669

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At the end of 2015 we featured an adorable pup named Cuervo. He is a 10-year-old Lab mix, who has a goofy and loving personality. The staff at North Shore has previously commented on how loyal Cuervo is, as once he gets to know someone he is always by their side. His warm demeanor and ear-to-ear grin will surely be the perfect addition to any suitable household.

Contact at North Shore Animal League America’s Adoption Center

CUERVO – Adoption #R159024

Moreover, while we have come across great success with our “Adopt Me” page so far, we are hopeful that we can continue to positively impact the lives of even more deserving animals. The cats and dogs we feature – like most pets in shelters – have so much love and light within them. Through their various adversities, these pets have developed an unwavering appreciation for being provided with the warmth, care and attention they should have always received. Welcoming a rescue animal into your home will not only change the life of the animal [for the better], but it will likely end up changing yours [for the better] as well.

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