Tuesday, March 18, 2014
St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times will feature Pets of the Week each Wednesday.
Hello there, my name is Natasha. I am a sweet older cat, who wants nothing more than to be back in a home. I was an owner surrender due to health issues of my owner. I havenít adjusted well to the shelter life, but I am hoping to find a permanent home soon. I am litter box trained, and already know all my household manners. If you are interested in adopting me, please come by today.
ďEvery kiss begins with Kay!Ē Hey yíall, my name is Kay and Iím a white Siberian husky. Iím just waiting for a family to come pick me up so I can smother them in kisses. If youíre looking for a sweet and loving girl to add to your family then you donít have to look any longer, Iím right here. Iíll be waiting to give you my love.
Hi there, Iím Sandy and Iím a yellow Lab mix. Iím one of the sweetest girls youíll ever meet. Thatís probably on a count of the fact that my estimated birthday is 2/14/2012. Thatís right, Valentineís Day. I came to Saint Frances after being found at the Recycling Center of all places. Iím a great dog who loves to cuddle, take naps, and enjoys chew toys from time to time. If I sound like I would make a great pet for your home, please come adopt me today.
For more information, call 843-546-0780 ext. 222, or visit the center at 125 Ridge Road, Georgetown. Appointments are preferred.
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