From Cape May County Animal Shelter, Cape May, NJ:
Petey is 1- year-old male American pit bull terrier, with white fur and several dark brindle markings. He came to the Cape May County Animal Shelter as a stray that may have been abandoned by his owners. Petey is playful, enjoying games and toys and chasing balls. He is friendly and well-mannered, and he knows a number of commands. Petey loves going for walks and needs a little more leash training. Because of his size and strength, Petey is not recommended for a family with children under the age of 6. The shelter says Petey does not like cats and appears to not like other dogs as well. Petey’s adoption fee is $95 and he is up-to-date with routine shots and neutered.
Fat Cat is a sweet, loving, older cat, and she loves attention, shelter volunteers say. Fat Cat’s owner had to move, and she was not allowed to move in with them. Fat Cat gets along well with other cats and children. She gets nervous around dogs. Her sister, Little Cat, is also at the shelter. Fat Cat’s adoption fee is $20, and she is up-to-date with routine shots and spayed.
Cape May County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center is at 110 Shelter Road in the Crest Haven Complex, Cape May Court House, NJ.
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