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.
Klondike arrived at ADPR on January 27th from Kotzebue! He is getting settled in with his foster home and will be ready for adoption before you know it! Keep an eye out for updates on this sweet little fellow.
To find out more and get in line for this little fella, go HERE.
We started at the end of last week with NINE guinea pigs coming into the Center. We’re happy to say that 4 have been adopted, but we still have 5 looking for new homes. Today we’d like you to meet a happy duo, Salt & Pepper! They are 2 year old females that are longtime friends and would like to be adopted together. They get along fine with dogs, like sitting on your lap, and snacking on yogurt drops. Curious and friendly, and really enjoy each other’s company. They can easily entertain each other when not entertaining you! Guinea pigs can live 5-8 years. They can get very excited to see you, once they get to know you, and will dance, hop, and chirp in greeting. They are also very social animals, so adopting these gals together is the ideal guinea pig situation! They can be adopted for $15 for both.
Wow, whatta deal! Get these little piggies home quick by learning more HERE.
Grace is looking for a forever home. She is a lovely girl a couple years old. Very playful, very loving. She would like a fun cat playmate to race around with. Hoping for a real forever home soon.
What a beautiful kitty. Make her your by going HERE.
Mooney was found abandon in a trailer after the owner moved out. He is a really sweet guy. Very affectionate and playful. And he is quite the talker. There is a lot of character in this guy.
Make Mooney your forever cat by learning more HERE.
Tilly is a small Chihuahua dog here at the shelter. She was born with water on the brain, so she walks with a bit of a tilted head and sometimes will walk in circles. However, she is very gentle and does fine with our other little dog here at the shelter, Sophie. Come check out this special gal today!
This extra special dog needs an extra special home. Learn more HERE!
And to reward those of you who looked at all the animals in this week’s edition, we leave you with this. You’re welcome.