PAWS highlights dog and cat available for adoption
Are you looking for a new pet? It’s a great time to adopt from the Panhandle Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), which is participating in the BISSELL Pet Foundation’s “Empty the Shelters” initiative by offering $25 adoptions through May 15.
This week, PAWS spotlights two animals who need forever homes.
Mona, American Staffordshire mix
A Sterilized 5-year-old female, Mona is described as a friendly Staffordshire mix that interacts well with other dogs, but likes to bicker occasionally.
Living at the shelter since April 21, staff hope Mona will find a patient family with other high-energy people. dogs. It is clean and understands the “sit” command.
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Azalea, domestic short-haired cat
Azalea is 1 year old female domestic short haired cat who has been living at the PAWS shelter since January 29. She is described as a shy cat who needs her space and gets along well with other cats.
Something that makes Azalea unique? She was born without a tail!
For more information on adopting these animals, stop by PAWS from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or visit https://www.paws-shelter.org/adoption-application.