Wednesday, March 26, 2014
St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times will feature Pets of the Week each Wednesday.
Christy, Bryce, and Maddey
Hi, our names are Christy, Bryce, and Maddey. We are estimated to be a little over a month old. We are very loving kittens who love to be cuddled. In our litter we have two girls and a boy, we each have our own distinctive personalities though. Bryce is definitely the leader of the group, his personality is very outgoing and all the others tend to follow him. Maddey is the mischievous one, always wanting to play and roughhouse. Christy is the cuddler, she wants to be held and loved on all the time. If you are interested in adopting any of us come on down to the shelter and visit with us.
Hi, my name is Elisa. My story is a little different than most here at the shelter. I was brought in with my litter of pups after we were found dumped at Pumphouse Landing . After a warm bath, bed, and lots of food we warmed right up to the staff at Saint Frances. While nursing my pups I resided in one of the offices at SFAC. Being inside, the staff got to see my silly and sweet personality come to life day in and day out. I get along great with all people, other dogs, and I even like cats, however I am a little scared of them. If you’re interested in a great girl who is great with people, walks great on a leash, and is all around sweet come adopt me today. I’ll be waiting.
Meet Big Boy. An overgrown love bug who is looking to share his love with you. This large boy is estimated to be about three years old and could use some tender love and care. He seems a bit rusty on his manners but has started working on them here at SFAC. Among all the other dogs here at Saint Frances, Big Boy definitely stands out, not only because of his size but because of beautiful markings, and outspoken personality. Big Boy is awaiting your arrival, so come meet him 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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