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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 SPCA (Anchorage)


Promise is a four year old cow cat (white with black markings) who is very friendly and loves to be given attention. She is a bit apprehensive when it comes to her having to share her turf with other animals, but that’s because she’s a diva and wants all of ones attention. Promise loves to lounge and cuddle and needs a family preferably with no small children or other animals. She is pretty calm, so she’d make a great lap cat.

Learn more HERE.


Anchorage Animal Care and Control


Active, happy and cheerful, this cute little (or actually fairly large, for a hamster) gal is friendly and fun. She’s outgoing and fearless, inquisitive, and will come right up to see you. Enjoys playing on her wheel, exploring, snacking and snoozing. The perfect pocket pal!

Learn more HERE.


Homer Animal Shelter


Bandit has a lot to be thankful for. This ten year-old pomeranian/chihuahua mix has fully recovered from dental surgery and just feels sooo GOOD! Good with other dogs, loves car rides and lots and lots of attention. Bandit is a shelter favorite and has already won his share of hearts.

Learn more HERE.


Polar Pug Rescue & Friends (Anchorage)


Chip is a beautiful, brindle female. She may be getting up there in age, but this girl still loves to play. She loves toys and likes to be possessive but will still play with other dogs. She loves people and attention. Although her back end is weak, she has no problems getting around and being outside. Once she is cleared by the vet, this little beauty will be ready for her fur-ever home. Will it be with you?

Learn more HERE.


Southeast Alaska Organization for Animals (Ward Cove)


Otter is a sweet, energetic young girl. She takes a little time to warm up to new people and animals, but when she is comfortable, she is certain to entertain everyone in the family with her antics. We recommend that Otter go to a home without children under 6 years, due to her energy level and preference for gentle play, but homes will be considered on a case by case basis.

Learn more HERE.