Pets of the Week (November 16, 2011)

Love that Linda

Linda is a 1-year-old calico cat mix in need of a home. She likes oth­er an­im­als and chil­dren.

The cat is avail­able for ad­op­tion at the Wo­men’s Hu­mane So­ci­ety, at 3839 Rich­lieu Road in Ben­s­alem. Her tag num­ber is 3529.

Ad­op­tion hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tues­days, Thursdays, Fri­days and Sat­urdays and 1 to 7 p.m. on Wed­nes­days.

Co­coa, a rab­bit pro­filed in a re­cent edi­tion of the Times, has been ad­op­ted. Light­ning, a cat who ap­peared in last week’s pa­per, re­mains avail­able for ad­op­tion.

Call 215-750-3100 or vis­it www.whs­ ••

Far­rah is an an­gel

Far­rah is a gor­geous gray/white long-haired fe­male cat avail­able for ad­op­tion at the North­east An­im­al Res­cue.

She loves cat­nip and play­ing with toys. She would do best as an only cat. She is up to date on shots and spayed, and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line im­mun­ode­fi­ciency and leuk­emia vir­uses.

Any­one in­ter­ested in ad­opt­ing Far­rah can vis­it the North­east An­im­al Res­cue, loc­ated in­side the PetS­mart at 11000 Roosevelt Blvd., or fill out an ap­plic­a­tion at nar.res­ ••

Si­erra smile

Si­erra is an ad­or­able, white pit bull ter­ri­er mix who came to the ACCT shel­ter be­cause her own­er could no longer keep her due to land­lord is­sues. She is around 1 to 2 years old and quite play­ful, but she is over the puppy stage.

She loves to play, is eager to please and will do just about any­thing for a treat. She knows the mean­ings of “sit” and “stay.” She used to live in a home so she likely is house­broken. She hasn’t paid any at­ten­tion to the cats at the shel­ter and has done well in dog meets. Her tag num­ber is A14167977.

Vis­it ACCT at 111 W. Hunt­ing Park Ave. or e-mail ACCT­Fos­ter­ for more in­form­a­tion. ••

Let Happy Feet walk in­to your life

Happy Feet is an adult black and white lady who has the best purrson­al­ity ever. She is sweet, mel­low and loves brushes and win­dow sills. She would love a quiet home and oth­er so­cial kit­ties are fine with her. She has been home­less for too long.

Happy Feet is spayed and vac­cin­ated and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line im­mun­ode­fi­ciency and leuk­emia vir­uses. She’s in foster care via For­got­ten Cats. FC provides ster­il­iz­a­tion as­sist­ance for home­less fe­lines.

Ap­ply at­find­­ters/PA586.html or ap­ply at the ad­op­tion cen­ter in the PetS­mart at 901 Old York Road in Abing­ton. ••

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