The month of June is “Adopt a Shelter Cat”… so do your part and visit The Clatsop County Animal Shelter to see if there is a feline friend right for you!
Photo Credit: BeeBee’s House 2018
Visit the Clatsop County Animal Shelter anytime Tue.- Sat., 12-4 PM or call 503-861-PETS for more information about cats and dogs ready for adoption!
Moe is our KMUN, DAILY ASTORIAN, 94.9 THE BRIDGE, WARRENTON KIA, HITS 94.3 KRKZ, and CLATSOP NEWS Pet of the Week!
Meet Moe! Moe is beautiful black and white, one and a half year old male Great Pyrenees and German Shepherd mix. Marcy says Moe is…” a happy boy, very friendly and VERY excited to get out with any of us. I think he would make a great family pet and is energetic.” He is great on leash, eager to learn and look at those eyes! Come see if Moe is the one for you, anytime Tue. -Sat., 12-4 pm at the Clatsop County Animal Shelter.
Check out his Petfinder profile at : https://www.petfinder.com/dog/moe-44890997/or/warrenton/clatsop-county-animal-control-services-or53/
Or call the Shelter: (503) 861-7387
Apply to adopt. Application PDF is at the bottom of this page: http://www.co.clatsop.or.us/animalcontrol/page/adopting-pet
Holly is our KMUN, Daily Astorian, HITS, 94.9 The Bridge and Kia Pets of the Week Starting July 16, 2018
Holly is a very talky girl, which isn’t surprisingly since she is a Siamese mix. Terri, one of our cat volunteers, says “she growls and hisses at everything and nothing at all.” But she is all talk. Terri says Holly once jumped up in her lap and settled right in nice and cozy, while continuing to growl. Sounds like she just wants you to know she has a lot to say.
Richelle tells us, “Enzo is pretty timid at the moment, but just because the shelter is a scary place, doesn’t mean he’s anti-social. In fact, give this boy a scratch and he will give you the sweetest little grateful kisses. The more you talk to and pet him, the more he warms up. Enzo would make a fantastic lap cat in a calm home where he is talked to, petted, and loved. This boy really loves affection. He just needs a safe place to give it.”