Pet of the Week

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.  

Pet of the Week

Harley has paid his kitty-kat dues. This 5-year-old, classically handsome tabby is an independent sort. One of a short list the Animal Shelter would consider for indoor-outdoor placement (in a safe neighborhood), Harley has been an indoor-outdoor cat much of his life and enjoys being outdoors in summer.  

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

Simon says, “Pet me.” Simon says, “Now feed me tuna.” Simon says, “Please take me home — I like you.” This 8-month-old, silver tabby is playful, loving and just an all around great 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.  

Pet of the Week

From high on her perch, Gertie surveys her domain. This 2-year-old, classically beautiful calico is playful, but relaxed. She’s happy with whatever life brings, especially if life brings a treat. 

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

Harley is a handsome devil, happy and low maintenance. A big boy, this 4-year-old tabby is independent, but loving; social, but can entertain himself. He’s good with kids, other cats, dogs, Harley would make a great family pet.

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

Name that kitten and win a free cat bed. Seriously, the Animal Shelter has a passel of wonderful kittens. The kitten room is open for business, and these little guys are ready for their very own forever homes. Now, keep your eye on the fly...      

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

Carlos just wants to be your best friend. This 18-month-old golden retriever mix will follow you around like a shadow. Quiet, very loving, good with other dogs, Carlos hasn’t had much training but is smart and learns fast. He’s good with kids, and a great, mid-sized family 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

Watching and waiting, for a friend to play with, Angelina is a wonderfully affectionate, 6-month-old brown tabby.  All she asks for is a 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

She is Princess of all she surveys. This 2-year-old, classic, black-and- white beauty is feisty, rambunctious, and pretty much good with everyone and everything. Inquisitive and super social, this little girl sparkles and shines and is just an all-around delight.

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

Princess wants her puddin’. This 1.5-year-old, spayed, short-haired black and white girl is big on personality. A talker, Princess will fill up that empty space in your home and brighten up your 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

Tiny Dancer is a two year-old, petite brown female tabby. Good with other cats, especially likes to bond with one person, this quiet little girl will steal your heart away. 

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

Tanya is just a wee thing, but big on heart. This 1-year-old dark tortoiseshell is playful, inquisitive and happy. She would do well in most settings.

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

A big boy, Denali is smart, loves his toys, a long walk on the beach and just hanging out with his best friend. This 3-year-old, neutered Rottweiler mix just goes bonkers over a peanut butter-filled kong.   

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

Robbie’s done his time — two stints in the wrong home with too many other cats. He’d prefer to have all your attention.  This handsome,  8-year old orange and white tabby is a real lover. Water him with love and watch him grow.  

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

Micky is a burrower. He loves to snuggle up under those covers with his favorite person at night. Good with older children, this 7-month-old, neutered dachshund is house trained, sweet and quiet — a very good 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

Lucia is a 3-month-old tortoise shell with extra toes. Yes, that makes her a “poly.” Just a sweet little love bug, Lucia loves chasing her favorite ball of string and hanging out with all her brothers and sisters.

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

Christopher Robbins misses Pooh Bear. Actually, Christopher the Cat misses his loving home, lounging by the fire, a soft word and a gentle hand. This 4-year-old orange tabby is a long, lean, classically handsome boy who loves to gaze deep into your eyes; or watch birds flit from a warm window perch. Ahh, just look at that face... 

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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