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Take Me Home Tonight: Adoptable Pets from Alaska Shelters

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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.

Anchorage Animal Care and Control

Tigger
Tigger

Please meet Tigger, a 6 year old, neutered male, Maine Coon mix. Tigger is extra large and extra sweet-natured. Tigger kneads and purrs with contentment when you visit with him and pet him. He has previously lived happily with older kids. As he has not previously lived with other pets, he may prefer to be your one and only furry companion and reward you with tons of love and affection! Big, fluffy and very friendly! Click here to find out how to bring this friendly guy home.

Kenai Animal Shelter

Saazul
Saazul

Saazul (saw-zul) is a VERY nice boy. He around 1 year old. He came to us with a badly bruised lung but is being treated for it and seems to be doing really well. He knows some basic commands and is a pleasure to have around.Click here to find out how to bring this nice boy home.

Mat-Su Animal Care and Regulations

Bug
Bug

From Alaskan Shelter Dogs: This sweet little pup is looking for a good home! Her name is Bug, and she is a spayed 1-year-old Pit Bull Terrier. She has a kind-hearted personality, and is as adorable as can be!! Bug is currently at the Mat-Su Shelter. Animal ID: A050749. Phone: Phone (907) 746-5500. Click here to find out how to make this little bug your little bug.

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  1. Thanks for doing this Heather. i have a number of rescued pets, and I have a hard time turning down more..But I always worry that the others won’t find safe homes. This helps.

    • Thank you for the kind words, DDBraendel, but the kudos go to Jamey for taking over this column. She’s been doing a great job! 🙂 I know what you mean about having a hard time turning down pets in need. Let’s hope these posts will do something to help.