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CYRA is a young female mixed breed pup that is 1-year-old this month.
Cyra is spayed and up-to-date on her vaccinations.
She was surrendered to the shelter by her family when they moved and were unable to take her due to rental policies. Cyra is a smart girl who already knows her basic commands. She does well with other dogs and cats and has a lot of playful puppy energy.
ROSCOE is a 2 or 3-year-old beagle brought to the shelter with his beagle brother, Jake, because his owner was unable to care for them. Roscoe and Jake would do well in a home together or separately and both are good with children and other animals. Shelter staff say both dogs are sweet, friendly and in need of a home where they will receive a lot of love and attention.
Roscoe’s adoption fee is $100 and includes neuter, all vaccines, heartworm test and flea, tick and heartworm preventatives.
SIMON is a male brown tabby about 1-year-old who was surrendered to the shelter in January. He is fully declawed, neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations and ready for his forever home.
Because the shelter is currently overflowing with cats, adoption fees for cats six months and older have been reduced to $25 for one cat or $35 for a pair. The shelter staff says many of the cats have been overlooked and have been waiting months to find a home.
MAMA is a 4 1/2-year-old DSH tabby girl who is very mellow and needs a quiet home where she can relax, enjoy watching birds and sunbathe without a lot of noise and activity. Mama is very good with other cats and dogs and calm adults. Small children make her nervous and she will hide, so a home with teenagers or adults is preferred.
OREO is a spayed female domestic short-haired tuxedo cat who is very sweet. Oreo is an approximately three years old, petite cat that would appear to most to be a half-grown kitten because of her small size.
Oreo and her housemate, Theodore, were surrendered to the shelter in January by their owner, who was no longer able to care for them.
Oreo has always been an indoor cat. She does well with other cats, dogs and with children.
OLLIE is a little 8-month-old black and white Shih Tzu mix puppy that is looking for a stable, loving home.
He was surrendered by his owners because of a family member’s allergies.
Like all puppies, Ollie has a lot of youthful energy and is still learning the ropes.
Ollie is in a foster home receiving daily care and guidance.
His foster family reports he is good with kids, dogs and cats and loves to play tug and fetch.
DAPHNE is a 1-year-old black and white female lab mix who is full of life and affection. She gets along great with other animals and kids because of her breed and young age, Daphne would be happiest in a home where she would get plenty of attention and daily exercise.
Daphne is an unclaimed stray who has been overlooked and waiting patiently at the shelter since the fall of 2013.
Daphne’s adoption fee of $100 includes a spay, all vaccines, heartworm test and flea, tick and heartworm preventive.
HARVEY is a 3-year-old Dachshund that was surrendered after his owner fell onto hard times.
He is neutered, heartworm negative, up-to-date on vaccinations and has been given flea, tick, heartworm preventative and dewormer.
Harvey is a red and black male that is friendly, spunky and playful.
ZANDER is a 1-year-old little Yorkie-pug that shelter staff say is a true bundle of joy.
He is neutered and up-to-date on his vaccines. Zander is a small dog, weighing only 12 pounds.
But don’t let his small size fool you – this little guy is big on personality.
Zander is great with children and gets along well with other animals.
To meet Zander or sponsor him, visit the Perry County Animal Shelter, call (812) 547-6381 or send email to perrycountyanimalshelter@ gmail.com.
HADLEY is a 1-year-old female calico who prefers a home without other cats, but will tolerate dogs once she has time to warm up to them.
Hadley is up-to-date on her vaccinations and is spayed. She is a sweet girl who enjoys being around people where she can be the center of attention. She has been patiently waiting since last summer for someone to adopt her.
To meet Hadley, for more information or to donate or sponsor an animal awaiting a new home, call the Perry County Animal Shelter at (812) 547-6381 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.