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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 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

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A208702

Yes, that is a chicken with a number for a name that clearly needs a barnyard home.

Learn more HERE.

 

Arctic German Shepard Rescue (Fairbanks)

Stuart
Stuart

Stuart a young 1 yr old Male, loves car rides, learning to play fetch and walking on the leash correctly. He does need to gain more confidence with new people, experienced GSD owner only.

Learn more HERE.

 

Friends of Pets (Anchorage)

Kioko

Kioko would be an excellent companion for someone who really doesn’t have a lot of time for the activity of a dog because she is very content to be alone for long periods of time in the day. She very much enjoys being groomed. She does not enjoy the company of other cats but is fine with a respectful dog.

Learn more HERE.

 

Mat-Su Animal Shelter

Jazz

This special little girl is in search of a place to call home! Jazz has a very loving way about her, and also has a calm and soothing nature. She’s the type of pup that makes you feel better, just by being near her. She is gentle, walks well on a leash, and is an all-around great little girl!

Learn more HERE.

 

Southeast Alaska Organization for Animals (Ward Cove)

Robin

Robin is an eleven month old DSH orange & white tabby. He is a big boy already with a giant spirit to match. Robin loves to play, explore, and interact with anyone he can draw into his games. He has been fostered with medium and large dogs, as well as a wide range of cats, and he adapts very quickly. He loves feline company any time that there isn’t an open human lap to occupy. Robin is currently being fostered in Ketchikan.

Learn more HERE.

 

BONUS: Anchorage Animal Shelter Opens After-Hours Drop Off for Strays