Pets of the Week

The Standard Journal - - LIFESTYLE -

The new year is start­ing out with a new set of pets to find for­ever homes from Polk County An­i­mal Con­trol, and you can be one of the many who pro­vides dogs and cats with the love they need to­day. Con­sider this week’s Cat of the Week as a chance to find joy in a com­pan­ion as this un­named young adult male gray tabby is look­ing for some­one to cud­dle with. He is re­ported by vol­un­teers to be af­fec­tion­ate and likes a lot of at­ten­tion, and with a soft and smooth coat espe­cially likes to be rubbed. This po­ten­tially fun new mem­ber of the house­hold can be found at An­i­mal Con­trol as ID No. 40447505. If a dog is more your fancy, con­sider this fe­male ter­rier/lab mix vol­un­teers also haven’t quite named yet, but can be found at PCAC as ID No. 40441002. She’s six to eight months old and cur­rently weighs about 20 pounds. She will ma­ture to be a smaller medium size dog, should be easy to train with an at­ten­tive na­ture, and al­ready walks on a leash. Vol­un­teers re­port she’ll make a great fam­ily pet. Cats are avail­able for adop­tion to­day for $25, and dogs for $40 from PCAC by call­ing 770-749-8908. Spay and neu­ter­ing are re­quired by county or­di­nance, and low cost op­tions are avail­able through the help of the Hu­mane So­ci­ety. (See this week’s com­mu­nity cal­en­dar for more.)

ID No. 40447505

ID No. 40441002

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