Chilly Noses, The Occasions-Union’s weekly pet column, features canines and cats offered for adoption at location authorities-run animal shelters.
Some shelters are working with restrictions simply because of the coronavirus pandemic. Contact specific shelters for extra information.
• Jacksonville Animal Treatment and Protecting Expert services is at 2020 Forest St. Get in touch with (904) 630-2489 or e mail [email protected] To view readily available animals, go to coj.net/animals or facebook.com/jaxanimalcare.
Wallace is a 2-yr-previous male blended-breed canine (ID No. A1309033). He is shy. He would enjoy a family that will give him a tiny time to see his personality shine.
Rupert is a 2-calendar year-outdated male domestic shorthair cat (ID No. A1336641). He is enjoyable-loving, affectionate and outgoing. He loves animals.
• St. Johns County Pet Middle is at 130 N. Stratton Highway, St. Augustine. Simply call (904) 209-6190. To perspective available animals, go to co.st-johns.fl.us/animalcontrol/petcenter.aspx. Friends of the St. Johns County Centre group has shelter cats readily available for adoption Saturdays at Pet Good, 1779 S. U.S. 1 in St. Augustine, fb.com/fosjcpc.
Maize is an 8-month-previous woman American pit bull terrier (ID No. 61803). She is sweet and welcoming. She loves to go for walks, enjoy in the yard with toys and do all kinds of fun pup issues.
Bella is a 2-calendar year-aged woman terrier blend (ID No. 61727). She is sweet, welcoming and pleased. In her previous residence, she was raised exterior so she will require assistance with home coaching and learning to reside indoors.
• Clay County Animal Expert services, 3984 W. Florida 16, Eco-friendly Cove Springs. Call (904) 269-6342 or email [email protected] To view out there animals, go to claycountygov.com/group/animal-products and services or fb.com/ClayCtyAnimals.
Harley is a 1½-year-aged female American bulldog mix (ID No. A-1391). She is sweet, full of spunk and strength and hunting for an lively loved ones. A meet up with-and-greet with other residence puppies is encouraged to see if their play types match. She gets alongside with cats.
Mrs. Claws is a 5-yr-aged female domestic shorthair cat (ID No. A-977). Her favored factor is snuggling beneath the covers or in a plush cat bed. She prefers a calm, peaceful house.
• Putnam County Animal Products and services, 174 County Landfill Road, Palatka. Simply call (386) 329-0396 possibility #1. To look at accessible animals, go to little bit.ly/2EKoICq or bit.ly/34NqoGB.
Prissy is a 3-year-aged feminine combined-breed puppy (ID amount unavailable). She is helpful, playful and loves foods and next a schedule. She also doesn’t mind becoming dressed up in costumes. But she ought to be a household’s only doggy.
Sister 4 is a 1½-calendar year-previous female blended-breed dog (ID range unavailable). She arrived with three sisters who have considering that been adopted. Shy but pleasant, she is making self-confidence. She walks effectively on a leash and likes to meet up with other puppies.
Adoptable animals are also readily available at Nassau County Animal Providers, 86078 License Highway, Fernandina Seaside. Simply call (904) 530-6150. To look at available animals, go to nassaucountyfl.com/845/Animal-Products and services or fb.com/NassauCountyAnimalServices.
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