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Take Me Home Tonight: Adoptable Pets from Alaska Shelters


Every week, I’m going to feature adoptable pets and events surrounding pet adoption from across Alaska. To the best of my knowledge, each of these pets are still available, and I encourage you to follow the links to find out more about these animals and the shelters that are caring for them.
Alaska SPCA


Boo is a loving male kitty, around 7 years old, who was surrendered by his owner. He is a very friendly cat who has a great motor and loves attention. He prefers to be the only cat in the home. He loves treats and will love you if you give some to him! He is quite interactive and will play and love you as long as you let him. Come meet him and fall in love today! Click HERE to go directly to this pet’s Petfinder page.
Anchorage Animal Care & Control Center
Brewster Anchorage Animal Care and Control

This handsome fellow was found as a stray. He’ll fit happily right into a barnyard home! Click HERE to go directly to this pet’s Petfinder page.
Homer Animal Shelter

Bandit is a four-year-old terrier mix who would a love home of his own. He is smart and attentive, and has been around both kids and barnyard fowl, so he has some social skills. He would like nothing more than some nice kids to play with and a home to watch over. Come and meet him today! Click HERE to go directly to this pet’s Petfinder page.
Soldotna Animal Shelter
Skipper Soldotna Animal Shelter

This sweet boy is in search of a home to call his own. He was a stray, so we don’t know much about him. What we do know, is that he seems to be a very good boy! Click HERE to go directly to this pet’s Petfinder page.
Do you work at a shelter and want to get the word out about an adoptable pet or adoption clinic? Send an email to info (at) alaskacommons (dot) com. I’ll read it, I promise.


  1. Heather….This may be the highest form of “work” one could do. Thank you for every photo and every story of these dear animals. It makes a major difference.

    • Thank you, Karen! I really appreciate that 🙂 If you have any suggestions on shelters that should be featured or related stories that could be included, please let me know: haronno (at) alaskacommons (dot) com

  2. Hi I’m moving to Nome and am getting 40 acres and would like to adopt a horse I already have alfalfa seed for the next planting season so I’ll be able to feed If you have any horses please e-mail
    me at ogden.sherry1234@gmail.com I would be interestin in two.