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.
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Anchorage Animal Care and Control – Anchorage, AK
Unfortunately, there’s no information posted about Patches that we can share with you. However, judging solely by appearances, Patches looks like the kind of bunny who would really like to hear you tell him about his day while you scratch him behind the ears.
Click here to learn more about adopting Patches.
Homer Animal Shelter Homer, AK
“Norm has a fan club, which makes it all the more baffling that he hasn’t been adopted yet. He has tons of personality and is the perfect mix of relaxed and affectionate. He is a bit particular about which cats he likes to spend time with – generally other adult males don’t make that list.”
Click here to learn more about adopting Norm.
Kenai Animal Shelter – Kenai, AK
“This girl does NOT like other cats. She has a meek meow until she’s near other cats, then she sounds ferocious. Otherwise, a good natured girl.”
Click here to learn more about adopting Queen.
Loving Companions Animal Rescue Inc. North Pole, AK
“Rosie is a nice dog, but she is food aggressive with other dogs. We recommend no small children and if you have other dogs, would recommend a introduction to see how they like each other.”
Click here to learn more about adopting Rosie.
Sled Dog Sanctuary Talkeetna, AK
“Penny is a wonderful dog who loves all people and male dogs but is a bit difficult around other female dogs. She loves her food, is very treat motivated and wants nothing more than to be brushed, cuddled and hugged all day long.
Penny’s previous owner stated that she came from solid working lines, though we are not sure what her skills in the team were. She is a very strong, solid girl but since she is elderly when she came into the Sanctuary she was placed on our retirement list.
While she may not be able to run distance she certainly would be more than happy to help haul in wood or water to your cabin and be your loving forever companion.”
Click here to learn more about adopting Penny.