Tuesday, June 3, 2014
St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times features Pets of the Week each Wednesday.
Meet Nicole, Neira, Nelly, Niko, Neal, Newton, Nene, and Nancy. This litter of orange domestic shorthair kittens arrived on May 5 after they were found all alone, abandoned on the street. A city officer brought them in and after some medical attention, for lack of shelter and food. The kittens cleared their medical evaluation and have been placed up for adoption. So, if you are interested in adding a small addition to your family, come adopt today.
Hi, my name is Frisky. I am a small Lab Retriever Mix. I have a sweet timid personality while inside but when we go outside to play or for walks I’m a small ball of energy. I walk on a leash but sometimes I try to lead the way. The staff at Saint Frances estimates my birthday to be Jan. 27, 2013. I am still a pup and have plenty of time to learn some cool tricks. So if you are interested in adopting me then come see me today. We can go for a walk. Love Frisky.
Meet Fizz and Donna, two adorable Bloodhound pups that are looking for great homes. Estimated to be just under two months old, these babies are young enough to adapt to any home environment. If you are looking for sweet additions to add to your family, come check these adorable babes out today.
For information, call 546-0780 ext. 222, or visit at 125 Ridge Road, Georgetown. Appointments are preferred.
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