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Current shelter attraction: Must Love Pets



Wrigley – Casa de los Gatos

Wrigley is an 8-month-old male with fluffy fur and a sweet personality. He is going to be a small cat but has a big heart for playing and cuddling. He hopes to find a forever family soon. Wrigley’s adoption fee includes neutering, vaccines, tests, microchip and a free veterinarian exam. For more info on Wrigley or the many other cats and kittens with Casa de los Gatos, call 881-0900 or go online to CasaDeLosGatos.org.

Casper – Humane Society

Casper is a sweet and friendly girl who lost her home when her owner was called back into the military and deployed out of the country. The pretty, 9-year-old female Queensland Heeler mix has been waiting in the HSSA shelter for nearly two months for someone to take her home.

This speckled gal may be a bit older, but she’s still full of energy, with several good years left that she’d be happy to share with a loving new family. Casper has been good in the house and gets along well with kids and dogs.

If you’re looking for a mature friend who can really use a second chance, please consider Casper. She’s one of many great dogs and other pets now waiting at the Humane Society’s Adoption Center, 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd. Hours are 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon-5 p.m. Sundays. For more information, call 327-6088 or visit hssaz.org.

Hazel – The Hermitage Cat Shelter

Hazel is an 11-month-old short-haired Egyptian Mau. She is easy to get along with and likes people. She is friendly to everyone, even other animals. She can be kind of a “chatterbox” – it seems she likes the sound of her own meow. Come and meet her at the shelter. She is spayed, wellness checked and microchipped.

See Hazel at The Hermitage Cat Shelter, 5278 E. 21st St., which is open 1-4 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The $55 adoption fee covers current vaccines, microchip, trial pet insurance and lots of cat care information. Call Monica at 571-7839 or visit hermitagecatshelter.org for details.





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