Cold Noses, The Moments-Union’s weekly pet column, options canine and cats offered for adoption at area authorities-run animal shelters.
Some shelters are working with constraints due to the fact of the coronavirus pandemic. Contact personal shelters for more data.
• Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Expert services is at 2020 Forest St. Contact (904) 630-2489 or e mail [email protected] To see offered animals, go to coj.internet/pets or facebook.com/jaxanimalcare. Adoption costs will be waived 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday a metropolis license rate may apply.
Ostrich is a 2-yr-previous, 69-pound male blended-breed doggy (A1308434). He is sweet and curious. He loves to operate, perform and roll in the dirt with his favored stuffed toys.
Garfield is a 4-calendar year-old, 11-pound male orange tabby-colored domestic shorthair cat (ID No. A1316463). He can be foolish but is well-behaved.
• St. Johns County Pet Middle is at 130 N. Stratton Road, St. Augustine. Connect with (904) 209-6190. To see accessible animals, go to co.st-johns.fl.us/animalcontrol/petcenter.aspx. Friends of the St. Johns County Heart group has shelter cats out there for adoption Saturdays at Pet Sensible, 1779 S. U.S. 1 in St. Augustine, facebook.com/fosjcpc.
Julep is a 4-year-aged female combine breed pet (ID No. 60901). She is pleasant and loves to go on walks and play with toys.
Starlight is a 3-year-outdated female Siamese cat (ID No. 61174). She is tranquil and shy but warms up rapidly. She loves to be petted and cuddled and is studying about toys.
• Clay County Animal Providers, 3984 W. Florida 16, Eco-friendly Cove Springs. Contact (904) 269-6342 or e-mail [email protected] To see readily available animals, go to claycountygov.com/local community/animal-expert services or facebook.com/ClayCtyAnimals.
Squirrel is a 1-yr-outdated male combined-breed canine (ID No. A-982). He is a substantial-vitality pet dog with a goofball persona. He gets along with youngsters and other pet dogs. Since he is nevertheless young, he has to maintain operating on manners like leash walking, house teaching and essential instructions.
Ozzy is a 2-thirty day period-outdated male domestic shorthair cat (ID No. A-1072). He is loving, fearless and curious about every thing. He loves to enjoy Television and is litter box trained but will require a little bit of time to change to new environment.
Adoptable animals are also offered at:
• Nassau County Animal Products and services, 86078 License Street, Fernandina Beach front. Phone (904) 530-6150. To view readily available animals, go to nassaucountyfl.com/845/Animal-Services or fb.com/NassauCountyAnimalServices.
• Putnam County Animal Companies, 174 County Landfill Street, Palatka. Contact (386) 329-0396 choice #1. Immediately after a recent hoarding circumstance, the shelter took in 29 animals at a person time and demands adopters, fosters and rescues to hepTo see readily available animals, go to little bit.ly/2EKoICq or little bit.ly/34NqoGB.
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