Pet of the Week – December 19, 2019


(Pet of the Week – December 19)

“Luna” – Pitbull female Mix (young)

Here is a pretty, very sweet, young girl who was brought to us due to financial issues. She’s 11 months old, weighs 63.9 pounds, loves car rides and gets along with other dogs. She also adapts well to new people and situations and makes friends very easily. You can tell she has been loved.

Luna is spayed, up to date on shots, de-wormed and is available NOW.

167763 / R235954

“Stanlee” – White/brown DSH male Mix (Senior)

If you are looking for a sweet and loving senior cat, look no further than the Marvelous, Stanlee. This super 9 year old neutered male came to us as a sick & skinny stray. With lots of love he has bounced back and is ready to be your favorite hero, all he asks is for an ample supply of wet food. Stanlee is calm and gentle, he loves everyone and would make the greatest addition to a home of all ages.

Stanlee is neutered, litter-box trained, up to date on vaccinations and ready to go home with you.


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