Numerous pets available for adoption in Summit County |

Numerous pets available for adoption in Summit County

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Summit Daily/Brad Odekirk Lily is a 6-month-old mutt available for adoption. The shelter folks won't even venture a guess as to what she might be, but they say she is very loyal and good-natured.

Cleo – Domestic medium hair; 1-year-old spayed calico female; this sweet petite cat would do best in a home with older children; she would prefer to be the only animal in the house; an adorable cat!

Mickie – Domestic short hair; 3 1/2-year-old black spayed female; laid back, mellow, shy at first; loves people; would do best in a home with older kids.

Clara – A gorgeous tortie celebrating her golden years. A girl never tells her real age but, just between us, Clara’s in great shape. No other animals please; all she requires is a sunny window and a kind-hearted person to share retirement

Sierra – A 3-year-old multicolored beauty. Sierra is looking for a home with a sunny window to sleep by and unlimited cat nip. She wouldn’t mind being an office cat because she is very clean, self-sufficient and never tries to escape. She doesn’t mind dogs or other cats as long as she has her own space.

Chubbs – A pretty, pleasantly plump 5-year-old, Chubbs is a real favorite at the shelter, but really wants a permanent home. She’s a quiet and calm little girl looking for a friend with these same qualities. Her favorite thing is to snuggle up in a cozy lap.

Peewee – Domestic short hair; 3-year-old brown and black tabby; this sensitive, affectionate cat would do best being the only animal in the house. He loves attention. He used to sit in his previous guardian’s lap, purring happily.

Uno – Domestic short hair; 1-year-old black and white spayed female; this loving cat needs a home without other animals; she has to be the only special one in your home; does well with older children.


LC – An adorable 6-month-old Siamese mix with big blue eyes. This kitten would love a quiet, gentle, kind-hearted person to live with and love forever. LC really enjoys being around other cats. With a little attention and love, LC will really blossom.


Bubba – Bull Mastiff/mix; 2 1/2-year-old fawn neutered male; completely housebroken, extremely smart, knows obedience; a sensitive, sweet dog; needs a strong, experienced owner.

Kip – A 2 1/2-year-old Siberian husky, with a bit of shepherd. Kip’s a handsome, happy and playful guy who pretty much loves everybody … cats, dogs, you name it. He loves long walks and is a great conversationalist.

Roscoe – A 1 1/2-year-old American Staffordshire terrier. Roscoe is an energetic, smart and handsome guy, but can be a handful. All he really want is lots of love and attention. With a bit of direction and training from an experienced owner he’ll be the best dog ever. He’s a quick and eager student. He would prefer an adult home without cats, but loves to play with other dogs.

Brandie – 6-year-old female black and white Aussie mix. Very shy at first, especially with men. Very mellow and loving once she gets to know you. Best in a calm home.

Mollie – 2 1/2-year-old tan and white American Staffordshire terrier. Very affectionate, calm, obedient and smart. Great with kids and other dogs. Walks well on leash.


Pippin – At only 9 weeks of age, Pippin’s the cutest, cuddliest little fur ball ever. With some shepherd and some chow in, Pippin can’t wait to go home with someone who wants to give lots of attention and love.

Maggie – Only 5 months old, but quickly learning how to be well-behaved. A very happy puppy who loves to chew on toys and play with people and other dogs. Looks like a Rhodesian ridgeback mixed with a red Doberman. One thing is for sure, an adorable puppy.

Lily – A 6-month-old pup with big huge ears and a brindle and white colored coat. Lily likes to play with dogs, but people are her favorite. Extremely loyal, likes to stick close to owner. Understands outside pottying, but can’t hold it for too long. When left alone, Lily prefers to be in her cozy crate.


Daisy – 1-year-old beautiful white rabbit. Very social, gets along with people, dogs, cats and likes to be held.

To visit any of these animals, visit the Summit County Animal Shelter off County Road 1004 just south of Frisco, or call (970) 668-3230. The shelter’s hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Pet visitation hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Also, check out the pets available for adoption at

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