Hi, I’m Gwen, a sweet girl that shows my affection through gentle head butts and purrs. I’m a mature gal (8 years old) and pretty set in my ways, so I will need an experienced owner that’s fluent in subtle cat body language so they can read my signals and know when I need a break from petting. To adopt me, visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about the new, no-contact adoption process at the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS).
Pixel here to show you that old(-ish) dogs can learn new tricks! I’m very clever and love learning. I’m told I have great house manners and a great mix of playful energy and knowing when it’s time to settle down for some snuggles. I don’t love every dog I meet, so I’d prefer to find a home where I can be the only dog. Think we’d make a good match? If you’re interested in learning more about me, mention me on your online application to the East Bay SPCA, Oakland (EBSPCA), at eastbayspca.org/adoptions/how-to-adopt.
Six-year-old Grayson is so shy around new people that we recommend you plan on two visits to break the ice. Once he gets to know you, he’ll give you the biggest, most slobbery smile you’ve ever seen and do a few celebratory zooms around the yard. He is well-behaved, quickly calming down to “sit” if you ask. He also knows “shake” and takes treats ever so gently. He’s easy to walk, gets along with other dogs (cats are unknown) and enjoys exploring. He also loves to just hang out, preferably with all 64 pounds of him in your lap. To meet this pet, fill out an adoption application at alamedaanimalshelter.org. Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) offers safe, masked, socially distanced adoptions. Call 510-337-8565 for more information.
Hi, I’m Winter. If you have patience and understanding, I’ll be your sweet, loving friend for life. I’m 2 years old and lived outside until being rescued by a friendly lady. She’s helping me learn to trust people and thinks I’m very beautiful. My silky grey coat is fluffy, and I have dramatic eyes. For more information, contact Jill at [email protected] Community Concern for Cats continues to do virtual adoptions as well as show many of our adoptables at weekend pop-up events every Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. at 1250-H Newell Ave. in Walnut Creek. Visit us online at communityconcernforcats.org to see more friendly felines.
Aries is a handsome and active border collie that’s looking for his fur-ever home. He loves to run and fetch and plays well with his canine buddies. He does well with cats and other dogs big or small. Aries wants a home with folks with breed experience. Milo Point Richmond’s dedicated staff at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond is on duty every day caring for our animals. Contact us for assistance from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day except Tuesdays and see more pets on our website at milofoundation.org. We’ve saved more than 35,000 lives in 25 years.
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This is Jack (as in one-eyed). He’s about 18 months old, and his right eye was injured and had to be removed. It doesn’t seem to make any difference to him, and he loves jumping from the highest perch possible to attack his hapless toys. All you have to do is start petting him to hear loud purring. His foster owner says he’s great with the other cats in the house and that when he sleeps he’s usually curled up next to one of them. He has not been around dogs. For more information about this or any other Contra Costa SPCA (CCSPCA) pets, call Kim at 925-435-4161.