Sunday, January 23, 2011

Pet of the day Jan 23

Spotty is a 6 year old Jack Russell terrier with a lot of personality. He's playful, friendly and handsome (with a bit of a stubborn streak). He gets compliments wherever he goes! He's got plenty of energy and loves to play fetch, but still likes to take a good nap on the couch. He loves toys - squeakers, stuffed toys, balls, bones! (So many toys, so little time to chew your furniture. He's not interested in your shoes, either.) He can be shy at first, but warms up quickly and loves to get scratches behind his ears and under his collar. He also loves to give kisses.

He knows his basics commands - sit, stay, easy - and he's really good on a leash. Overall, he's easy and fun to have around. Spotty is an epileptic, so he has to take medication twice a day. It's no problem though, because he doesn't mind taking his pills while he eats. Being in a foster home has made him less anxious, and now he's ready to find his forever parents. He would adjust best in an adult only home, and would likely get along with another dog. He likes a medium energy level environment and a steady routine. Come and meet this sweet boy!
HOW TO ADOPT - Please fill out a Dog Adoption Application, available at and email it to the Seattle Animal Shelter Foster Dog Program at You may also fax it to 206-386-4285. 

Alternatively, you may fill out or drop off the application at the Seattle Animal Shelter, located at 2061 15th Ave. W (1 mile south of the Ballard Bridge, at the corner of W. Armory Way). The shelter is open five days a week (Wednesday - Sunday), noon - 6 p.m. and closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays. 
Cleo is a regal senior lady with a soft, snow white coat and huge golden moon eyes. You'd never know she's twelve years old - she wears her age well. She likes to chat, and talks to you when you pet her. This gentle cat would be great as your very first cat - she's friendly, affectionate, and a wonderful lap cat. She tolerates other cats. Cleo is looking for a quiet, calm, mature home where she'll be treated like the grand lady she is. Come pay her a visit soon!
This wonderful cat qualifies for the Seniors for Seniors program: senior citizens or disabled adults with a 'Gold Card for Healthy Aging', or a 'FLASH' card, issued by the City of Seattle, may adopt an older cat (at least six years old) at a special price. There will be no fee for the adoption itself, and the licensing fee will be half-price! This is cleo's petfinder page

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