East Bay pets of the week for July 2

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Ursa is the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society)  Greetings, I’m Ursa, a super sweet 1 year-old girl that would be a great addition to almost any home that’s open to a feline that’s on the sweet-but-slightly timid side. Once […]

Ursa is the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society) 

Greetings, I’m Ursa, a super sweet 1 year-old girl that would be a great addition to almost any home that’s open to a feline that’s on the sweet-but-slightly timid side. Once I warm up, I have a compelling constellation of traits, from my playful curiosity to my charming manner or my warm and snuggly side. To learn more, visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about their new, no-contact adoption process at the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS).

— BEBHS

Bailey and Shadow are the pets of the week at the East Bay SPCA, Oakland. (photo courtesy of the East Bay SPCA, Oakland) 

We’re Bailey and Shadow, a bonded pair of 6-year-old friends having a hard time adjusting to shelter life. We’re looking for either a temporary foster home or a permanent home together. Can you help and spread the word about us? Our adoption fees are waived, and once we get to know you, our tails won’t stop wagging! Visit eastbayspca.org/adopt-me to learn more about how to adopt us or email [email protected] if you’re interested in fostering us.

— EBSPCA

Marian is Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter) 

Marian is a young cat in the prime of her life at 3 years old. She’s a pretty gray-and-white shorthair with a calm, sweet demeanor.

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