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Take Me Home Tonight: Adoptable Pets from Alaska Shelters

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Every week we feature adoptable pets from across Alaska. To the best of our knowledge, each pets is still available, and we 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

Bolt
Bolt

Please meet Bolt, a 2 year old, neutered male, lab mix. Docile, friendly and easy-going, the happy fellow has a gentle, sweet personality, and wants to please. He’s alert and attentive, handles well on leash, sits nicely for treats and takes them gently. Active, curious and playful, has lived with children and did great. Rides fine in the car, likes chasing balls and generally just being around, and interacting with, people. Good natured and well-behaved. Great family pet! Bolt can be adopted for only $42, as he is already neutered and current on vaccinations. His adoption fee includes his MOA dog license and microchip.

Don’t wait! Bring Bolt home for the holiday by learning more HERE.

 

Kodiak Animal Shelter

Little Bunny Foofoo
Little Bunny Foofoo

This 13 wk old bunny is ready to go home with you! Learn how HERE.

 

Pet Pride (Fairbanks)

Sochi
Sochi

Sochi is still waiting for a perfect home. We have learned that he HATES dogs so he can’t go to a home with dogs. He does enjoy cats but he is the boss. He would be good with older calm kids. Please call 907-451-8212.

Sochi needs you! Take this pretty kitty home by learning how HERE.

 

Second Change League Sled Dog Rescue (Fairbanks)

Leo
Leo

Leo is a big, fairly slow dog, but strong. His foster folks have him out skijoring regularly, going shorter distances appropriate for this older guy. He loves it, and pulls well, and is better for the exercise. At home, he runs free, playing with a couple of the younger dogs, darting around the yard. A very happy go lucky dog!

Give this hard working dog a second chance! Learn how to give him a forever home HERE.

 

Southeast Alaska Organization for Animals (Ward Cove)

Lark
Lark

Lark is a five month old DSH tortoiseshell kitty. She tends to be shy around strangers, but loves to explore and to snuggle. She has been fostered around medium and large dogs, and is unfazed most of the time. She has grown up around a wide range of feline personalities and adapts well to other cats, although she doesn’t seek out their company. Lark has a huge purr for such a dainty, lady-like little girl!

Is Lark purrrfect for you? Find out more about here HERE!