OAKLAND — The Garrett County Animal Shelter and Garrett County Humane Society are featuring four “Adorable Adoptables” this week.
Jason is a lively 1 1/2-year-old beagle who was given up by his owner.
“He will need some attention,” noted Lisa Baker, GCHS president.
Robin is a female longhaired orange tabby who was picked up as a stray in Oakland.
“She is very pretty and friendly,” Baker said.
Mickey is a young gray/white male tabby who was picked up in Lonaconing; and Cinnamon is a shy, spayed orange tabby who was given up by her owner.
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OAKLAND — Among the “Adorable Adoptables” currently housed at the Garrett County Animal Shelter are four felines named Jack, Miss Kitty, Moe and Melissa.
Jack is a large neutered black and white male who was picked up as a stray in Oakland.
“Is he yours?” asked Lisa Baker, Garrett County Humane Society president.
Miss Kitty is an older spayed longhaired white feline who was given up by her owner.
Moe is a friendly 8-month-old male black stray.
“Melissa is a sweet brown tabby who had kittens of her own,” Baker said. “She also fostered some motherless kittens. Now she needs a home.”
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OAKLAND — This week’s Adorable Adoptables are felines Kevin and Frani, currently housed at the Garrett County Animal Shelter.
Kevin is a gray, neutered male left behind when his owners moved. He would like to be the only cat in his new home, according to a Garrett County Humane Society volunteer.
Frani is a calico stray picked up in the Yough Mountain Resort area.
For more information, persons are invited to call the Garrett County Animal Shelter at 301-334-3553. Located along Oakland Sang Run Road, the county-operated facility is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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OAKLAND — Among the felines currently housed at the Garrett County Animal shelter are Milton, Molly, Munster and Minnie.
“Come and meet them,” said Lisa Baker, Garrett County Humane Society president. “They will rub their way into your heart.”
She said Milton is a lovable male Manx. Molly is a sweet female calico Manx and Munster is a neutered male who has a very loud meow. All three were left at the shelter after business hours, according to Baker.
Minnie is a pretty calico who was given up by her owner.
Persons are invited to call the shelter at 301-334-3553. Located along Oakland Sang Run Road, the county-operated facility is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Garrett County Humane Society is a nonprofit volunteer organization that has been helping abused, neglected and homeless animals since 1983. It is not affiliated with the Garrett County Animal Shelter.
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