Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter
Animals ready for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Shelter include (left to right) Dozer, a male Pit. He had to be given up by his family because he was chasing chickens and the landlord wouldn’t let them keep him. He’s very frightened to be at the shelter, but is friendly to the staff and volunteers. Can you give him a home? Mac is a male Corgi mix. This little guy is super sweet and full of energy. He bounces in his pen like his feet have springs in them, but he also loves to cuddle. He’d make a great family pet. He is full grown, but young and will remain a small size. He also has cute white feet! Maya is a female Rottie mix. She is very small, about half the size of a regular Rottweiler. She’s pregnant and needs a foster so she doesn’t have to give birth in the shelter. She is such a sweet little thing, and is hoping for a forever home. Sally Lou is a female cattle dog mix, mostly black with some grey/white, who is looking for a forever home. She’s young and a sweet little thing, but very scared. She is hoping someone can get her out of the shelter and take her home. The fee is $75 for female dogs and $70 for male dogs, which includes spay or neuter, rabies vaccination and a city license. During May, all dog adoptions will include a free three-month supply of flea and tick treatment. Mazzy and Frankie are beautiful indoor kitties who need a new home. They have always lived together and the owner does not want to separate them. Mazzy (a female tortiseshell) likes laps, and Frankie (a black male) loves sitting on shoulders. They are super friendly, but will be cautious of new people and love playing together. Their owners can no longer care for them. They are located in the Valley, but can be transported up north. Please contact Animal Control for more information. The adoption fee is $50 for the pair. Stop by the shelter at 105 Airport Road today to meet your new best friend.