Pets of the Week for February 16, 2021


L.A., Tito & Grizz

All adult cats & dogs are 75% off throughout February in honor of our 75th anniversary!

Cat of the Week – L.A.

Age: 1 year

Color: Black & White Tuxedo

Breed: Domestic Shorthair Mix

Gender: Male

Adoption Fee: $24 (all February)

My name is L.A. because I’m a star, baby! My tuxedo coat is ready to impress at all your Zoom parties. I am very affectionate and love to give hugs. Sometimes I’ll stand on only my hind legs so you’ll be able to pet my head more easily.  I’ll hang out on your lap while we watch your favorite Oscar-worthy films. We can discuss who should be on the Walk of Fame over some treats. I prefer if other cats don’t dull my shine because I’m an A-lister all on my own.  If you’re ready for some sunshine in your life, contact my people at 410-836-1090 or email [email protected] to make an appointment.

Come adopt me please.

Critter of the Week – TITO

Age: unknown

Color: Gold, Red & Green

Breed: Wellsummer

Gender: Male

Adoption Fee: $10

I am very serious when it comes to protecting my hens, so if you’ve got a flock without a rooster, I could very well be your guy! Hey, I’m named Tito, and I might be a Wellsummer roo, but it’s really anyone’s guess. I just know that I’m gorgeous to look at and enjoy strutting around with my chest stuck out and crowing my happy head off. I definitely think you should call 410-836-1090 or email [email protected] so you can bring me home to roost!

Come adopt me please.

Dog of the Week – GRIZZ

Age: 7 years

Color: Brown

Breed: Mixed Breed

Gender: Male

Adoption Fee: $24 (all February)

Do you have any idea how I got my name? The staff here think I resemble a little bear, so they named me Grizz, but I promise I’m a big ol’ teddy and not a grizzly. You should know that I love cuddles and affection! It’s cold outside, don’t you need a cuddle buddy? Sit down and let me warm your lap up, we can watch the snow fall together. Then let my soft brown fur and warm brown eyes melt your heart. What’s my job here at the shelter? I’ve been training as an emotional support animal on my free time, and I think I’m quite good at it – just ask the shelter staff that adore me! Am I giving you that warm and fuzzy feeling yet? Contact the shelter by calling 410-836-1090 or email today- I can BEARLY wait!

Come adopt me please.

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