This is Mitzi, an adorable and precious kitten at that purrfectly fun-filled age of eight weeks, and looking for a home.
Dogs and wildlife might not always be the best of friends, but the combination does present some photo opportunities.
My name's Kenny. I’m a typical Jack Russell Terrier, 12 pounds of naughty fun and quite comical.
Hi, I’m Catticus Finch! I’m a happy, busy, 7-month-old boy who loves to play, play . . . and play some more.
My name is Roda, and like my sister, I’m an American foxhound, 1½ years old, around 55 pounds. My sister's been adopted so I've got to get into gear.
Hello, let me introduce myself. I’m a mountain cur named Chloe. Like my ancestors, I am very loyal to my people, obedient, easy to train and can entertain myself.
Hi, I'm Gidget! As you can see, I'm a silly girl who likes fun hiding places like paper grocery bags. I’m gentle and sweet but also intelligent and inquisitive.
Golden is simply the best — he’s got a fantastic personality: loving, sweet, curious, mellow and great with other cats.
Did you know that foxhounds make wonderful pets? Seriously. We’re happy to be homebodies instead of working for a living.
Comet is a friendly and fun loving five-month-old kitten. Contact For the Cats' Sake to learn more about him.
Hi, we’re River and Aspen. We’re super sweet, fun-loving brothers, just a little more than a year old, and would love to meet you at RappCats.
In the Oct. 1 The Rapp column: "Selma" screening cancelled, Mark Russell's Saturday show at the Theatre is still on, plus details of RAWL's Trail Challenge, Halloween at Stone Hill and Fauquier Health's $1 million in available community grants.
Elizabeth Lee, healer, a wedding at Tula's and a death in the family in this week's Sperryville column.
What’s happening in Rappahannock County this weekend and beyond, in this (and every) week’s The Rapp column.
I am very proud to be named after a beloved former Rappahannock County animal control officer, Jack Sharp. I’m Jack Sharpie, a 4- to 5-year-old shar-pei who is loyal and has lovely manners.
The queen of Spain’s discreet dinner at the Inn, lectures worth hearing at the Library and at the historical society’s annual meeting in Sperryville, a fall festival, a Middle Street art exhibit, the “Gin Game” and lots more in this…