David Lee’s Senior Pet Project




Welcome to David Lee’s Senior Pet Project.  Our goal is work with local shelters to find forever homes for the senior pets in their care.  We will shine the spotlight on 1 or 2 pets at a time until they get adopted.

Please take a moment to read their stories and enjoy their photographs.  We encourage you to share this page and information with your friends.  There’s a home waiting for each of our seniors.  Thank you in advance for helping us make that special connection.

Any questions?  Please feel free to email David Lee at dmichaels@949StarCountry.com

Special thanks to our Senior Pet Project Partner-





Franklin County Humane Society


Ms. Beasley:


Meet Ms. Beasley, the sweetest little beagle around. This tiny 20-pounder loves other dogs and people of all ages, and she is respectful of cats. Her favorite things include naps, cuddles, back scratches, slow walks, after-bath zoomies and cardboard shredding.

Ms. Beasley is 8 to 10 years young and was found as a stray in Franklin County. She is spayed, microchipped, heartworm-negative and up to date on shots, and she recently had her teeth cleaned.

Ms. Beasley currently lives in a foster home. If you’d like to meet this special little lady, complete an adoption application for Franklin County Humane Society at www.plannedpethoodrockymount.com.

18401 Virgil H Goode Hwy, Rocky Mount, VA 24151

(540) 489-3491



Meet Cole. He is a seven year old lab/pit mix. He is neutered, housetrained and friendly to all he meets. He’s good with other dogs and kids. He came to us with heartworms and we were able to find a foster home where he is going through treatment and has one more to go. He’s also a good sport and posed for Valentine pictures. If interested, please fill out an application at www.friendsofcampbellcounty.org.


Photo Credit- Friends of Campbell County





We believe Zobique is at least 9 years old.   Zobique was found as a stray with several abscessed cat bite wounds on her flank that were so large her finder thought she had been shot. Fortunately she’s all healed up now and ready for a home. Her only issue is that she has very few teeth left but she doesnt let that stop her. She’s had a tough life so far and is looking for a comfy place to call home.  If you are interested in adopting Zobique please stop by the Montgomery Animal Care and Adoption Center during open hours to meet her.  The address is 480 Cinnabar Rd in Christiansburg.

Mon.-Fri., 11 to 6 p.m.
Sat.-Sun., 11 to 4 p.m.

Phone: (540) 382-5795




Zoey is almost 9 years old and was surrendered to the Center in April of 2018 after her owners broke up. She is a laid back lady that enjoys the occasional leisurely walk but would much prefer laying around with her people.   She gets along with people and kids of all ages but would need to be the only dog in the home.  We are unsure if she gets along with cats.  Zoey is very tolerant and has let the volunteers dress her up in tutus and costumes but that hasn’t gotten her any interest.  She knows she has a pot belly and she looks like a miniature hippo, but looks aren’t everything….right? She has a kind soul and lots of love left to give.  Zoey has been seen by more than one vet and had an ultrasound on her abdomen.  There  appears to be nothing wrong with her belly besides it being a little on the round side.  This sweet girl just wants a soft place to sleep and a place to call home.  Zoey would love to find her forever home before the holiday and if you adopt her you could have your own Hippopuppimous for Christmas! Contact the Montgomery County Animal Care and Adoption Center at

480 Cinnabar Rd.
Christiansburg, VA 24073
Mon.-Fri., 11 to 6 p.m.
Sat.-Sun., 11 to 4 p.m.

Phone: (540) 382-5795