This week on MyABC50.com’s Pet Connection, we are featuring Titan the Lab and Pyrenees mix, Sandy the Guinea Pig, and two cats, Hope and Owen. 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.
Titan is a 1-year-old, male Labrador and Great Pyrenees mix. He is mostly black, and is already almost 100 lbs. Titan is housebroken, responds to sit, and walks well on a Gentle Leader leash. He has a moderate energy level, and loves to go for walks. Titan enjoys playing with toys, and will do well in any loving home.
Sandy is a 1-year-old, male Guinea Pig who came to the shelter on April 1st. He is brown, tan and white, and small in size. Sandy likes to be held, and would make a great apartment pet.
Hope is a 14-year-old domestic, short-haired, female cat. She is Tiger Tortie, and came to the shelter on March 28th. Her owner moved out of state, and left her to starve in their house. Hope was in the home alone for a month before anyone realized she was there. When she was finally found, she was very skinny, dehydrated, and eaten up by fleas. Hope is back on her way to being healthy now. The adoption fee will be waived for Hope to go to a good home. Please help her enjoy the rest of her golden years.
Owen is a 1-year-old, domestic, short-haired, male cat. He was found on Fort Drum as a stray, and came to the shelter on March 26th. He is white and fawn, and small in size, with a short bob-tail. Owen is gentle, but playful, and does well with children and other animals.