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Three Quick Tips to Help Animals

  1. Adopt From a Local Shelter. Don't support puppy mills and unethical breeders. Mixed breed animals are often hardier, and do not have the health issues associated with purebreds.
  2. Volunteer at a Local Animal Shelter. While shelter workers are dedicated to the animals, they do not always have the time they would like to play with them. As a volunteer you can help a dog or cat learn social skills, and have fun by providing a variety of activities.
  3. Let Your Dollars Speak. Whenever possible, send a message to manufacturers by buying cruelty free products.

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Pets of the Week
April 22, 2019

Ferdinand is a four-year-old pit mix with a spunky personality and a sweet demeanor. Ferdinand was pulled from animal control so he could have a better chance of being seen and adopted here at the shelter. He is good around other dogs and listens well to simple commands such as sit and stay. Ferdinand is quite the photogenic guy and even smiles for the camera! Ferdinand is heartworm negative, up to date on vaccinations, and neutered. We hope he finds his forever home in a family is just as much fun as he is!

Fiona (bottom) and Queen Lillian (top) are beautiful ten-month-old kittens. These two sisters were brought in to us after a feral momma had kittens at a woman’s home. Fiona and Lillian are no longer feral, but still have independent personalities. They have slowly opened up to us, and certainly enjoy the occasional petting. They even become quite vocal and loving when the right person comes along!  If your family is looking for an independent cat that wants the occasional bit of attention or a pair of kittens that need extra reassurance, they would be a great choice.  Both are FIV/FeLV negative, up-to-date on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped, and ready to be in a forever home where they can grow up happy and loved.


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