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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.


Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center

Molly and Jelly Bean
Molly and Jelly Bean

Molly and Jelly Bean are 3-year-old ferrets that have lived together their entire lives.

They really enjoy each other’s company and would like to be adopted together. Ferrets are social, curious creatures, but they also spend a lot of time snoozing — 15 to 20 hours a day.

The playful duo can be adopted for $85, which includes their rabies vaccinations.

Ferrets are fun!  To find out more, go HERE.


Clear Creek Cat Rescue (Talkeetna)

Tigger and June
Tigger and June

Tigger and June are a pair of 1 year old boys who have lived together since they were adopted from the shelter about 6 months ago. Tigger and June are fun and lovable young boys, handsome and hoping that they’ll find a family who will love and treasure them forever.
They are neutered, vaccinated and chipped. They can be adopted as a pair for $60.

Please call 980-8898 to find out more, or go HERE.


Fairbanks Animal Shelter


Here’s our pal Liam whom is in foster care after a bowel biopsy. He will be getting his teeth cleaned and should be ready for adoption to a special needs home soon .

This kitty needs extra love. If your home is special enough, find out more HERE.


Loving Companions Animal Rescue Inc. (North Pole)


This boy is Bergen. He is an Alaskan husky. He would love to have another play mate or a job to do for you! He was raised as a trail leader on a sled team. At a young 5 he has so much to give still!

Are you near the North Pole? Give Bergen a warm loving home by going HERE.


Soldotna Animal Shelter


Sweet adult female Husky mix. She was a stray, so we don’t know any details about her. She is gentle and would prefer a quiet home. She knows how to sit, possibly more. Seems to be house broken from what we can tell. Please call or stop by the shelter if you have any questions about her. 262-3969

This beautiful Husky needs a home! Give her one by learning more HERE.