Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The Suncoast Animal League is trying to find forever homes for these great pets.
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Tuesday, January 22
Meet Kira. With these antlers on, this 6-year-old Basset Hound looks like the Grinch's faithful "rein-dog," Max. Kira knows a few tricks, is well-behaved, house trained, and gets along well with children and other dogs. We haven't tested her yet with cats, but she's a mellow girl, so they probably wouldn't be a problem. Kira is currently living with a foster family. To make an appointment to meet her, please call the Suncoast Animal League office at 727-786-1330. Meet Kellie, a 10-month-old, buff-colored tabby cat. Kellie was abandoned at a vet's office and we honestly can't imagine why. She is so pretty, cuddly and sweet. She wants to be a constant companion, who would hang out on your lap all day. She seems to get along with children and…
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Rare is the dog who knows how to behave at home and out and about. Lucky is an older gal who is relaxed and stays out of trouble.
Lucky is an easygoing dog, perfect for a family. At 7 years old, this attractive shepherd mix is a little older, but she certainly is full of life, knows her commands and is housebroken. Lucky is the kind of dog who can go places with you, and isn't that what makes friendships special? Like a lot of the canines that the shelter takes in, Lucky arrived without much information. Lucky is relaxed, laid-back, a Florida kind of dog. Lucky would make a great pet for anyone who's looking for a trustworthy companion at home and out and about. How to Adopt Lucky is ready to go to her forever home. She is spayed and microchipped. The adoption fee is $35 and includes the first set of shots, a collar and leash, a bag of food and a toy for the dog. We'…
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Martha has a cataract that's keeping her from finding a home quickly.
Martha is an easy-going feline who is having trouble finding a home. She was found as a stray, but is as well-behaved as all the other cats in the shelter. The only thing keeping her from being adopted is that she has cataract in one eye. She can still see fine, people just tend to overlook her because of it. How to Adopt Martha is ready to go to her forever home. The adoption fee is $35 and includes the first set of shots, spaying or neutering and a bag of food. We've attached an adoption form (PDF) to make it easy. Adopt Martha, and we will feature your photo with your new pet on Patch, too! How to Help If you can't adopt, but still want to help, Animal Servces always needs volunteers. Contact Kelli Becraft at firstname.lastname@example.org …