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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.


Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center


Ruby is 6 years old. She’s curious, enjoys exploring her surroundings, handles great on leash and rides fine in the car. She’s lived happily with kids 11 to 16, but may be too bouncy for really small children. Sits for her treats and takes them gently, and enjoys interacting with people. She will chase small animals, so should go to a home without cats.

How can you turn away a face like that? Make Ruby your forever dog by going HERE.


Arctic German Shepard Rescue (Fairbanks)


Welcome Pluto, a 3 yr old male that is good with other dogs and children. He loves to play! He is neutered and up to date on all shots.

If you are interested in meeting him please contact the rescue for an application HERE.


Clear Creek Cat Rescue (Talkeetna)


Spooky is a great cat for a settled home. He loves to snuggle and cuddle and to play with his family. He does well with a nice child who is not loud or chaotic and likes to hang out while they read. He loves to play. He will leap and race like a silly kitten. He needs people and loving interaction. He likes being held like a baby and cuddled up close. He does like to go outside but he does not go far. He is uneasy around loud noises and quick movements and will take a bit to adapt to a new family.

If you think your family is the right family for Spooky, learn more about him HERE.


Haines Animal Rescue Kennel


Morpheus is a senior Siamese mix who is older than he looks. He is house trained, neutered and his big blue eyes will melt your heart!

Give Morpheus his final home by learning how to make him yours HERE.


Pet Rabbit Placement and Education (Anchorage)

Alien Baby & Carrot

These two rabbits are bonded and prefer not to be split up. They currently reside inside a house but could be adopted to a home that had a safe and secure outdoor set up.

Learn more about about what makes these two special HERE.