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Take Me Home Tonight: Adoptable Pets from Alaska Shelters


Every week we feature adoptable pets from across Alaska. To the best of our knowledge, each pet 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.


Alaska Dog and Puppy Rescue (Wasilla)


Sierra is very shy in public usually but at home has a lot of energy like any typical husky. Her manners are a bit lacking because of being constantly bounced around. She isn’€™t very good off leash at all as far as recall. She will come on her own, but if you just call her name she probably won’€™t at first. She would probably do best in a family as an only dog as she gets jealous of other dogs close to her humans. She would also do better in a home with older kids that are responsible. She would do good in a home with either a single man or women that was super active. She does not do well with cats.

Sierra needs you!  Find out more HERE.


Friends of Pets (Anchorage)


Clooney is brindle neutered male boxer left at Animal Control by his previous owner. He has a goofy smile, loves attention and walks! He would be best matched in a household where he can be the only dog! He 2.5 to 3 years old.

Who could say ‘no’ to that amazing face?  Learn what it takes to take Clooney home HERE.


Homer Animal Shelter


Marley is a nice and mellow guy just looking for a lap to curl up in. He is a Lynx Point Himalayan mix, who gets along great with other cats, dogs and kids too. Marley has strikingly deep blue eyes and loves to give head butts to his favorite people. This calm, mature cat would make a great companion.

A Lynx Point Himalayan mix? How exotic!  Take this sassy kitty home by learning all about him HERE.


Pet Rabbit Placement and Education (Anchorage)


She is bonded to another rabbit and I would prefer them to go together. She weighs about 4 lbs so she is really considered a small rabbit.  Jewell is a sweet girl. She did live most of her early years in a private home and was adored, but they had to give her up. I have lost track of her age, but I estimate it to be between 3-4 years.


This rabbit comes with a friend!  Learn more about this fluffy duo HERE.


Seward Animal Shelter


I’m a strikingly beautiful cat yet I have no tail! Never had one. Sometimes I think my gracefulness is in my tail because I can be adorably clumsy but I what I lack in poise I make up for in affection. I will follow you around all day just so I can get some attention. I also can do well with kids and other cats too!

The face says “back off” but the words say “be my friend”!  Learn more about this manx mix HERE.