Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) kicks off a month long adoption promotion beginning September 1st. The Back to School Pet Adoption Special, offers adopters a $25 discount off the regular adoption fee when they donate 10 lbs. of unopened cat food to help re-stock the agency’s Community Pet Pantry.
Foothills Animal Rescue, a no-kill shelter, needs more volunteers.
Id# 42899 Available to be adopted ASAP @ –if you can’t come on ASAP , PLEASE call the shelter ASAP @ 910-865-2200 Leave a message with id# and description of pet if after hours. You may fax a request to 910-865-3872 or 910-865-2212. Email email@example.com If you are a nonprofit and do not claim the animal within 24 hours of requesting animal or notify the shelter , you will be banned for 6 months. ***SHELTER NOW HAS LIMITED HOURS ON SATURDAY!!! PLEASE COME ADOPT FROM 10am-Noon!!!!Please have ID# available when contacting the shelter about a pet listed on this site. You may contact April at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about a pet if needed or if you would like to volunteer any day of the week. You may also contact email@example.com for possible transport assistance. Please understand that this is an animal control facility and as such, these pets have had no medical treatment. It is highly recommended that a newly adopted pet be seen by a veterinarian ASAP and that the pet be isolated from other pets for a period of two weeks–especially from other unvaccinated and especially young animals. View this pet on Petfinder.com
Little Paco was devestated when he had to leave the only home he had ever known. His guardian, a woman of 83 was diagnosed with leucemia and the doctor told her that she had to create a germ free environment and had to get rid of her 2 little dog friends. Paco was shaking like a leaf when he first came to Paw Parent but adjusted really quickly and made friends fast with all the other dogs here. He is super loyal and will follow you everywhere. He likes to snuggle up right next to you and gives sweet, gentle kisses. He is quiet and mellow and is a joy to be with. Since his person never walked him he is in the process of learning what walking on a leash means. He has made significant progress! He has all his shots, is microchipped and neutered. Please call 661-724-0642 if you want to meet him. View this pet on Petfinder.com
Timothy, a Brittany spaniel or springer spaniel mix, is the Bay County Animal Shelter Pet of the Week. He is now up for adoption at the shelter, 800 Livingston St.