This week on MyABC50.com’s Pet Connection, we are featuring Gracie the Lab mix, Plato the Terrier mix, and two cats, Arabella and Sally. Check out the slideshow for pictures and more info on these animals currently up for adoption at the Jefferson County SPCA.
All of the dogs and cats are spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, and up-to-date on their vaccinations. They come with a starter bag of food and a free vet exam within the first 15 days after adoption. For more information on adoption rates, hours, contact info and more, visit www.jeffersonspca.petfinder.com or call 315-782-3260.
Gracie is a 3-year-old, female Yellow Lab mix who came to the shelter on April 11th. She is tan and white, and large in size. She is house-broken, responds to sit and down, and is able to walk well on a leash. Gracie has a moderate to high energy level, and needs to go to a family with no dogs, and no children under the age of 15.
Plato is a 4-year-old, male Terrier mix who came to the shelter on May 2nd. He is black, and fluffy with big floppy ears and medium in size. Plato is very sweet and friendly and will do well in any loving home. He is housebroken and can even shake!
Arabella is 2-year-old domestic, short-haired, female cat. She is black and tan tiger with big eyes, and absolutely gorgeous. Do you seek affection? She does! Arabella loves to give lots of kisses! She is very curious and loves to explorer. Arabella will do best in a home without other cats.
Sally is a domestic, short-haired, female cat. She came in to the shelter on April 19th as a stray from Fort Drum, so we are unsure of her age. She is all grey and medium in size. Sally is friendly and likes to cuddle and lounge around. She does well with other animals, and will make a wonderful addition to any loving home.