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Cud­dle up with one of the cats and dogs fea­tured in the Stan­dard Jour­nal Pets of the Week that need for­ever homes right now from Polk County An­i­mal Con­trol. Af­ter all, who would want to love on this 8 week old fluffy white male kit­ten with­out a name, but can be found as ID No. 40768348. Vol­un­teers re­port he loves to snug­gle af­ter some cu­ri­ous ex­plor­ing in their ex­pe­ri­ence with him thus far, and is ex­pected to be a fun com­pan­ion as he grows older. For the ca­nine lovers among our readers, give some con­sid­er­a­tion to this young adult male ter­rier/re­triever mix named Valen­tine, found as ID No. 40656722. He’s a lit­tle on the hefty side at 50 pounds, is col­ored black and white, and in vol­un­teer’s ex­pe­ri­ence is well man­nered and doesn’t pull on the leash when be­ing walked. Ex­pect him to make a great ad­di­tion to an ac­tive fam­ily. Find th­ese friendly fe­lines or ca­nines and many oth­ers from Polk County An­i­mal Con­trol by call­ing 770-749-8908 to­day to learn more. Adop­tion rates are $25 for cats and $40 for dogs. Low cost Spay and Neuter trans­port ser­vices are avail­able through the Cedar­town-Polk County Hu­mane So­ci­ety, and two dates are com­ing up in Fe­bru­ary for those who are adopt­ing pets but need to meet the county or­di­nance re­quire­ment. The next trans­ports are sched­uled for March 6 and March 20. Visit cedar­town­polk­coun­ty­hu­mane­so­ci­ to learn more.

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