Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

The Animal Shelter has four wonderful, 5-week-old, MacKenzie River husky-Border Collie mix pups. The three boys and one girl have good temperaments, and are happy and playful.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

“You forgot the tuna, again?” Lily says. “Well then, go back to the store.” Lily is a gentle, 3-year-old tabby with white paws and nose. This little girl has done her time in the outdoors, and is available for a loving indoor home only.  

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Need both a lap cat and a water tester?  Taffy the Water Cat is just the ticket. This 1-year-old brown tabby girl is low maintenance, loving and guaranteed to sniff out the best tap water in the house.  

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

These two are peas in a pod. Three  months old and rarin’ to go, these playful and loving brothers are about as perfect as kittens get. Is it nap time? No, it’s time to play.  

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Mini Pearl is all about the love. This 2-year-old, long-haired black girl is chock full of personality, and oooh, will she just melt in your lap. As the “Cats” song goes, “Touch me and you’ll know what happiness is.” 

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141. 

Pet of the Week

Merlin has come a long, long way from the shy boy who would hide under his pillow all day. This 6-year-old brown-and-white boy is pretty self-contained and content. Just give Merlin a warm bed by the window, a bit of wet food and love, and you’ve got a devoted friend for life.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

You will never meet a sweeter cat than Blue. This 1-year-old, short-haired siamese is affectionate, but not needy.  Loves head butts with his favorite non-furry biped. Just neutered and ready for that special Forever Home. To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.

Pet of the Week

Remi has such a happy face. This 5-month-old, red-boned coon hound loves to run and play and just loves life in general. House-trained, with that classic hound dog voice, you’ll always know Remi’s around. Remi would be a great companion dog.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Snowy has been plotting his big breakout. Map of the shelter: check. Bandana full of kibble: check. Oops, there’s Sherry the warden. This 8-month-old, all white, short-haired boy is playful, cuddly and oh-so-ready to follow you home.   

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Bernice

Pet of the Week
Will you be my friend?  Bernice is such a sweet, gentle girl. She loves attention and would make a wonderful companion. This 5-year-old Rottwieler mix is spayed, quiet and just loves attention. Ahh, just look at those big brown eyes.   
To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the week

Pet of the Week

“F” is for Fearsome Feline ... for Fred. This 2-year-old orange tabby just wants to follow you around and help out with all those pesky chores. One high functioning and quirky cat, Fred also has a loving side.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141. 

Pet of the Week

Twitter’s all a’flutter with hope and anticipation. This classic black-and-white beauty is about one year old, and great with pretty much everybody and everything — a happy camper looking for a home.     

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Scrappy is a good boy. Super affectionate, this 1-year-old, short-hair Siamese is a happy cat, and would do well in most homes. Just look at those eyes — he’s such a handsome boy.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s just Trixie, up on her high perch waiting for someone to take her away from all of this. Trixie is a 5-year-old dark tortoiseshell. Wonderful with people, Trixie would do well in a one cat only household.           

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

What the heck is a Brussels griffon?  Well, tiny Tasha, at 6 pounds dripping wet! This 6-year-old brindle girl is happiest when being held.  Cute as a bug, and very loving, Tasha does well with both children, and other (nice) dogs.  

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Watch out, evildoers, Miss Marple is on the case! This young calico’s got the scent: is it tuna?  Salmon? Rockfish?  No matter, our little Missy will ferret it out.  A very sweet girl, she’s ready to complete your loving home.    

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

He’s called “the White Phantom,” but you can just call him Snooki. This older, lanky white cat is just a tad bit shy, but, boy, what a lover. Snooks would do better in a quiet household without children or other male cats.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Look what washed up on the beach last week. Audrey is about a 3-month-old German Shepherd mix. Super sweet, this girl was dumped along with a pair of litter mates and was shivering, dirty and cold, and sick from drinking sea water. Suffice to say she and her brother are happy to have three squares and a cot here at the shelter, but could sure use a real, honest to gosh home.

Pet of the Week

Fred is always in motion. Just try getting a picture (ears included) of this boy. Two-years-old, neutered and very friendly, this handsome orange tabby is ready to move in, whenever you have the room in your heart and in your home.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

Pet of the Week

Theresa dreams big: a home all her own, gentle, loving hands, tasty treats three times a day. This 8-months-old, short-haired domestic white girl is pretty much good with everyone and everything and a great family cat.

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.  

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