Pets of the week

  • Wednesday, July 2, 2014



St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times features Pets of the Week each Wednesday.

Meet Barnabas, Frenchie, Si, and Herbert, these lovable Domestic Shorthair kittens are all looking for their forever homes. They arrived at Saint Frances at just two weeks old, without their mom. Being so tiny, they needed to be bottle-fed. After being taken home for weeks by our medical manager at SFAC, they finally became eligible for adoption. Each has been patiently waiting for a family they can call their own. If that family is you, please come adopt one of them today.

Each has an outgoing personality and loves to cuddle. How can you resist?

Hi, my name is Hope, I am a two time resident at Saint Frances. My first time, I was just a pup who came in with my brothers and sisters. Being such a cute and sassy little girl, of course I was adopted immediately. However due to my owners moving they had to return me. I am a happy, energetic little girl who does know some of my basic commands. So if you are interested in adopting, come meet with an adoptions counselor today. Hope to see you soon. Love Hope.

All the Dolce is missing is her Gabana. She is a sweet Bulldog mix who will give you kisses for days. If you are in the market for a lovable little girl with nothing but love to give, you have met your match. So come visit, Miss Dolce today. Hope to see you soon.

For information, call 546-0780 ext. 222, or visit at 125 Ridge Road, Georgetown. Appointments are preferred.


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