NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – In this week’s Furry Friend Finder, we introduce you to Jack and Blondie.

Jack is a 4-month-old, 5-pound Yorkie puppy. (Credit: CBS2)

Jack is a 4-month-old, 5-pound Yorkie puppy. Jack is super sweet and playful. If you have lots of time, energy and a good regular schedule to exercise and raise a puppy, this little guy is the one for you. He is not housebroken yet.

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Blondie is an 11-month-old, 44-pound, deaf Boxer-mix puppy. (Credit: CBS2)

Blondie is an 11-month-old, 44-pound, deaf Boxer-mix puppy. Blondie was found outside tied up to a lamp post with a note that said to please give her a good home. The good Samaritan who found her already had two dogs and four cats and his landlord said he could not keep her. Blondie has a very sweet, loving nature. She loves dogs, cats and children, and she is housebroken.

We also have a Furry Friend Finder update: Mia, an 11-year-old Westie who is on medication for Cushing’s Disease, has been adopted by Margaret-Ann. Margaret-Ann had a dear sweet Westie like Mia who passed away. When Margaret-Ann saw Mia, she fell in love and now they are happy together, living on the Upper East Side.

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You can keep track of the animals that are still looking for homes and see which ones have been adopted by a loving family at humanesocietyny.org. The Humane Society of New York is located at 306 E. 59th St. near Second Avenue in Manhattan.