Wednesday, April 30, 2014
St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times features Pets of the Week each Wednesday.
Meet Gertrude, a medium size Bulldog mix who is as sweet as they come. Often she is overlooked due to her breed, and reserved personality. But I assure you this calm girl has the purest of hearts and will open your eyes to how grateful animals can be.
All this sweet girl needs is for someone to give her a chance. She has a rough life, alone on the streets for the majority of her life. Since being with us she has slowly opened up and showed us her gentle demeanor.
If you are willing to open your heart and home up to Gertrude, please come to the center today. She will be waiting.
This is Beauty. It is easy to see where this beautiful girl received her name.
Estimated to be about two years old, and up to date on all vaccines.
This sweet girl would be a great addition to any home. She enjoys playing outside, running, and going for long walks.
If your interested in adopting Beauty, please come visit her today.
Meet Delilah, this beautiful girl came to Saint Frances with the best personality a dog could have.
She has a kind face, a soft coat, and a loving demeanor. She gets along well with other dogs, walks great on a leash, and even kennels up to go for a ride. If your looking for a sweet girl to add to your family, Delilah would be the perfect addition. Come adopt him today.
Meet Thunder, this lucky boy is a polydactyl cat, which means he has extra toes. Often times, these cats are called “good luck.” Thunder and his brother Lightning came in together all the way from a shelter in New Jersey. These sweet guys have both been placed up for adoption and are the most beautiful boys you will ever lay eyes on. Thunder is definitely the more friendly of the two, where his brother is a bit on the shy side. They are both housed with multiple other cats and get along great with others.
For information, call 546-0780 ext. 222, or visit at 125 Ridge Road, Georgetown. Appointments are preferred.
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