This week on MyABC50.com’s Pet Connection, we are featuring Taco the Pomeranian & Pekinese mix, Paint Ball the Beagle, and two cats, Rainbow and Miss Kitty. 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.
Taco is a 2-year-old, male Pomeranian and Pekinese mix. Taco was rescued from an apartment fire in Watertown on May 19th. He is a small, furry, bundle of energy who is lots of fun. Due to his small size, he would be a good apartment pet, but will do well with anyone who wants a play-mate!
Paint Ball is a 2-year-old, male Beagle who came to the shelter on April 26th after being found as a stray on Fort Drum. He was found covered almost completely in paint, but he is all cleaned up now, and you can see is handsome Beagle markings. He is medium in size, and will require little grooming. He has a moderate energy level, and is housebroken. He will do well with a loving family with children to play with.
Rainbow is 1-year-old domestic, short-haired, female cat who came to the shelter on May 22nd, 2012. She is small in size, but still may grow some. She has mostly white, but has unique markings in all different shades of browns and gray. Rainbow is playful, curious, and enjoys people, but will do best in a home without other pets.
Miss Kitty is a 2-year-old, domestic, short-haired, female cat that came in to the shelter on May 22nd. She is muted orange in color, and large in size. Miss Kitty is calm and laidback, and likes to cuddle. She will do best in a quiet home with no young children or other animals.