This week on MyABC50.com’s Pet Connection, we are featuring Linus the Jack Russell mix, Meeko the Husky, and two cats, Coby and Hunter. 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.
Linus is a 3-year-old, male Jack Russell mix. He is white with some brown on his mask, and is medium in size. Linus has a moderate energy level, and has a sweet personality. He is housebroken, and is learning to walk on leash. Linus does well with children, and will make a wonderful family pet.
Meeko is a 1-year-old, male Husky who came to the shelter on April 25th. He is around 40 lbs, but will still grow some. He is housebroken, and knows some commands, including sit and down. Meeko has a high level of energy and is still too hyper to be placed in a home with young children or with cats. He loves to play with toys and is a lot of fun to be around.
Coby is a domestic, short-haired, male cat. He is black and tan Tabby, with a soft coat, and unique markings. Coby was found on Fort Drum as a stray, and came to the shelter on April 19th. He is curious and playful, but will do best in a home without other animals or young children.
Hunter is a 1-year-old, domestic, short-haired, male cat. He is all black, and medium in size. He came in to shelter on April 1st after being found as a stray. Hunter is sweet and gentle, and likes to play with other cats. He will do well in any loving home.