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Pets available for adoption at the Summit County Animal Shelter

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Summit Daily/Brad Odekirk Known as the comedian to the animal shelter folks because of his friendly nature and playfulness, Felix is looking for new digs and some people to call his own.
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Molly – I’m a sleek and beautiful black cat who loves to give and get attention. I’m 6 years old and would love a home with no other animals.Luigi – 4-year-old cream tabby. I am a shy guy; so don’t come on too strong. If you give me time, I’ll let you into my life. Gideon – 3-year-old handsome orange tabby. I’m a very sweet and sensitive young man. It takes me a little while to adjust to new situations but with time and patience I will make a wonderful companion.Felix – 2-year-old gray and white tabby. I’m super friendly, and am quite the comedian. I get along with children. I would love to find a new home with someone special for the new year.Domino – I am a beautiful black and white male. They call me “Mr. Personality.” I am tenacious and like to play a little rough, but I am a lot of fun.

Wes – I am a 2-year-old cream and white male. I am quiet and reserved and will make an excellent addition to your family.Emmy Lou – I’m a 2-year-old babe with beautiful, long gray fur. I’m a gracious lady – always well mannered and entertaining.Shadow – I’m a black, long haired girl, who just loves people. I’m a real beauty, but I really need to be the only queen in your castle – no other dogs or cats, please.Bonita – The name says it all folks! Black and white long hair, great smile, and fabulous legs. I’m affectionate and loving, and would love to make you proud of me. Splash, Slinky, and Louie – We all came in together, looking like leftovers from a frat party! But we’re personable, smart, fun and affectionate. And it’s time we go our separate ways. Splash is a long haired gray male. Slinky has short, black and white hair. Louie has white and tiger coloring.Blue – Named after Paul Newman’s bedroom eyes, I’m a suave Tiger/Siamese mix. I’m outgoing and love to snuggle. Come visit me – I dare you to resist my charm!

Buckeye – 1-year-old male American Staffordshire terrier mix. My underbite is so cute it’s sure to make anyone chuckle. I know lots of tricks and am house trained, and don’t mind hanging out at home while you go to work, because I’m an excellent watchdog.Buster – 2-year-old male black lab/akita mix with lots of energy. I need a strong owner who will teach me all I need to know to fit in to “polite” society. I love to play with other dogs, and am smart and can learn quickly.Sally – 2-year-old female chocolate lab mix. I’m a dignified girl, always smiling and ready to play nicely. I love other dogs and children, and would make a wonderful addition to your family.

Noel – I’m a cattle dog/collie mix and am 6 months old. I’m a petite girl, and just love people, and especially children. I’ll give you lots of kisses and cuddles! Being the little princess that I am, I do need to be the one and only pet in your house please.Joey – Only about six months old, I’m a bundle of border collie energy! I’m a little shy at first, but it doesn’t take much time at all before I become your best buddy. I’m super smart, and very playful!Morris and Kelsey – We’re only nine weeks old, and are irresistible! We’re a delightful mix of lab/boxer/shepherd, are a beautiful reddish brown, and have the cutest white markings in the most interesting of places. Our eight brothers and sisters have already been adopted, and we’re really hoping it’s our turn to find perfect families.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 http://www.petharbor.com.


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