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WCTR Pet of the Week

OUR WCTR PETS OF THE WEEK:

 

 

ANIMALCARE SHELTER FOR KENT COUNTY:   Shadow

Shadow

 

 

Russian Blue cats are an extremely rare find at any shelter; their gorgeous coat color and green eyes typically make them a top pick amongst adopters! So the fact that Shadow has been in our adoption room for almost 3 months now is very confusing for us. Shadow is a handsome nine year old man with a glossy grayish-blue coat that he shows off any chance he gets! He’s an avid explorer, and loves to sniff out his new surroundings thoroughly; making sure all is well in his kingdom. He loves playing with wand toys and is very spry for his age, but he is not much of a cuddler, and does not like to be picked up. Do not let this deter you though, as Shadow shows his affection in different ways! Whether it’s a gentle head butt, or nudging his favorite toy near you, Shadow will make sure you know that your love and care is appreciated, and he will forever be grateful that you rescued him! Another great thing about Shadow is that his adoption fee is only $25! That’s a small price to pay for a lifetime of love!Interested in meeting Shadow? Stop by the Animal Care Shelter Tuesday-Saturday from 11am-4pm and visit our cat adoption room! You can also call us with any questions at 410-778-3648, or email us at info@kenthumane.org. You can also fill out an application at kenthumane.org/adopt ! 

QUEEN ANNE'S ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE: Marge

Marge

 


Meet Marge! This pretty girl is still a kitten at 6 months old, and for some reason she hasn't caught anyone's attention for over a month now! When she first came in, we marked her as "feral" and we were going to adopt her out as a barn cat. Fortunately, she's really come around in the short time she's been here! Our animal care techs work hard every day with our shy/standoffish animals in hopes of getting them to come out of their shell- and in Marge's case, the techs work really paid off. She's as sweet as can be now, and she loves pets and scratches. Since she's so young, and obviously capable of adapting, she would fit in well with any home! Learn more by visiting awlqac.org or calling 410-827-7178