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The Los Alamos Animal Shelter, 226 East Road, 662-8179, has a great selection of adoptable pets just waiting for their forever home! Dogs and cats are great at chasing away the blues as the nights get longer, so come adopt a new friend today! Be sure to check out the Petfinder website for pictures of all adorable adoptables:
SHELTER HOURS: Monday – Friday noon to 6 p.m. and weekends 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Also, be sure to check out the website at lafos.org, for more information about volunteering, adopting and donating, as well as read up on some of the favorite animals and learn more about special needs animals, or cats and dogs currently in foster care.
All adoptable pets are microchipped, spayed or neutered, and up-to-date on vaccinations.
Aleah – A 5-year-old, spayed, female who was surrendered due to her owner’s health issues. She is a long-haired calico and she would love for you to come see how soft her fur is! She likes to observe the cat room from her perch atop the cat tower, but she will quickly come down for attention when a friendly volunteer walks in the door. She is reported to do well with kids, adults, other cats and even dogs if given a proper introduction!
Antwon Cloud — He is a 9-year-old, all-white Oriental Shorthair. He was surrendered with Harley and another cat due to his owner’s health issues. Antwon currently has a few health issues of his own, so shelter staff and volunteers are working hard to get him feeling better. In the meantime, he would appreciate some gentle attention from visitors and volunteers and a quiet home where he can be with his person.
Beowulf — A large, friendly, all-black male cat found roaming near the airport. He is so friendly, that shelter staff can’t believe his family never came for him! He would love to become a part of your family, where he can be lavished with attention and lots of loving. He loves being petted and he even starts drooling to show you how happy he is!
Cali — A 7-year-old, spayed, female, calico surrendered for being unhappy in her surroundings. She has the cutest little black markings on her nose that she would love for you to come admire! She is reported to do well with small dogs, some other cats and even ferrets! Because Cali is declawed, she MUST be an indoor cat ONLY.
Geneva, Jody, and Kieanna — These three female kittens are making a raucous in the cat room! They are about 6 months old, and they have been spayed and are up to date on their shots and vaccines. They were transferred to the shelter from the Taos Animal Shelter, which is currently overrun with kittens. Geneva and Kieanna are both tabbies, Jody is a beautiful tan colored kitty. They would love to go to a home together, or at least a home with another cat that they can play with!
Harley Davidson — This 6-year-old, Siamese, tabby mix is one big dude — he tips the scales at 17.2 pounds! He was surrendered with two other cats due to his owner’s health issues and is still adjusting to life in the cat room. He is a little scared of the other cats, but he would love for you to come coax him out from under the kennels and admire his big, beautiful blue eyes.
Shyanne — This very pretty 4-year-old spayed female Siamese mix is looking for a quiet home where she can be the only pet. Her family is very sad to part with her, but the stress of sharing a home with other cats has affected her health. Shyanne’s veterinary care is up to date, and she needs insulin twice a day. A less active home will probably make her diabetes easier to manage. To meet Shyanne in foster care call 412-0700.
Sparkle — Sparkle is one cool cat! She is a young, spayed, orange and white female, with one blue eye and one green eye! She likes the comfort of a cat bed and loves to stretch out and roll around in her bed while you pet her. She was recently let out into the main cat room, and has been making friends with the kittens in the room. Sparkle came from a feral cat colony living on Alabama Street, but she has turned into a very friendly cat. She can still be a bit skittish at times though, so she would be best in a home without young children.
Ziva — This beautiful, white and gray tabby is an 8-year-old spayed female that loves to observe the cat room from atop a cat tower, so she can keep tabs on all the cats. She was surrendered for not getting along with the other cat in the household, but she has been OK with other cats coming up to say hi, so she will probably do fine in a multi-cat household if given a proper introduction and time to adjust. One volunteer recently learned that she loves to be cuddled, as long as she can lie in her bed and not have to be in your arms. She would do best in a home without young children or dogs.
BeeBee — A young, spayed, female Lab/ shepherd mix. She is happy, energetic girl who would benefit from some obedience and leash training with her new family. She quickly makes friends at the dog park and will play fetch all day! A volunteer recently took her to the dog park and reported that she also loves to play Frisbee! She would probably make a great companion if you already have a dog at home. A total sweetheart of a dog, she has no problem being handled, no food guarding and loves toys and people.
Bronson — This 5-month-old pit mix is currently in foster care, and his foster mom can’t say enough good things about him! From a recent email update about Bronson, his foster mom reported that with a low-key foster environment, he is really starting to come out of his shell. He is still a bit dependent on other dogs for confidence, and he would love to have a dog buddy in the house to help show him the ropes and give him a little more confidence. He also loves play-dates with other dogs! He is currently on a grain-free diet to try to control a non-contagious skin condition without the use of medication.
Dallas — A year old, spayed, female, German Shepherd cross. She came into the shelter very frightened, but she has made great progress with the work of shelter volunteers. In fact, she recently went to the dog park and played for over an hour with a chocolate lab that was there! She is still a little scared of new people and would probably be best in a home without children. She loves training and taking walks and would love a job. She likes to play with the big boy dogs. For a personalized introduction to Dallas, call her sponsor at 505-0790.
Cedar — One year old, male collie mix. A “fun and games” dog, Cedar is energetic and needs exercise and mental stimulation. He is also very cuddly and does well with female dogs. Cedar has so much potential, but needs a firm, gentle and savvy owner to help him channel his energy. Because he has so much energy, he would probably be best in a home without children, to prevent him from getting overly stimulated. He is getting some special training from experienced volunteers. For a personalized introduction to Cedar, call Sally at 412-3451.
ChuChu — This beautiful 2.5 year old neutered male ridgeback cross has had a tough go of things recently, after managing to escape from several homes. He is a big guy who can be a little shy with strangers, but is very loyal to those he learns to trust. He would be happy as an only dog, but he would also be fine with some K9 friends. Volunteers will be working hard to ensure that ChuChu finds a home where he feels safe and will not be able to escape. For a personalized introduction to ChuChu, call 412-3451 or 433-8617.
Muffin — This 10-year-old, spayed, female heeler mix is housebroken and leash trained. She is very mellow and would love a quiet home where she can be walked daily and get lots of snuggles and affection from her people. She was introduced to a family with two boys, 8 and 11, and really enjoyed the attention from the boys. She quickly makes new dog friends and loves trips to the dog park!
Sheila — A friendly, 2-year-old, tan, female who is housebroken, crate trained, has some obedience training, and just loves to play and go for hikes. She behaves very nicely on a leash and in a car. Sheila wants adult companionship, because children frighten her. She also needs a good fence for those times alone, so she doesn’t exercise her climbing, excavation, or agility jumping skills. For a personalized introduction to this sweet dog, call her sponsor at 231-1744.
Bambino – A handsome, adult, male, orange tabby found on Pueblo.