By the end of 2023, Atascosa Animal Allies will have been in operation over 5 years and will have saved over 5,000 wonderful dogs and cats from our county. Our Strays to Lifesavers Pets of the Week are going to tug at your heartstrings! Let us introduce you to Spidey and Simon.
Spidey is a two-monthold white and gray tabby male with beautiful green eyes. He and his brother Sparks were surrendered to Pleasanton Animal Control on May 10th. He is two pounds of personality and sweetness. He will keep you in stitches with his goofy, energetic side then cuddle up for some snuggles and a nap. Spidey is good with kids and other cats. He is willing to give a dog a chance as long as the dog minds his manners and his human helps him feel safe. Spidey is litter boxed trained, healthy and looking for love!
Simon is a four-monthold Labrador Retriever/ Staffordshire mix. He is a handsome fellow with a luxurious black coat with white and brown markings. Simon is super sweet and loving little guy who has precious puppy breath. He is a little over 5 pounds now but will grow up to be a big fellow. Simon is looking for a forever home with some humans to play tag, take walks and give tummy rubs. This spunky guy likes kids and other animals. He would enjoy an active home with a yard to play in. Since Simon is very young, he will need a family with patience to help him learn to potty outside and to teach him manners and a few tricks too.
Atascosa Animal Allies is in search of dog fosters so that we can get puppies like Simon out of the shelter. Puppies need play time and space to explore while they grow. Fostering is a great way to see if you and your family are ready to add four paws. All the love without a long-term commitment! If you are interested in learning more about fostering dogs or cats, please get in touch with our team to talk about it.
Let’s face it, Atascosa County has too many stray and unwanted pets. Being on the streets is a hard life, especially for a pet that has gotten lost from their home. Atascosa Animal Allies is seeking to save these pets but to also make our community better for the human residents. No one wants to see sick, injured or dead animals on the streets. Strays can also become unwelcome visitors as they look for food in your trash or beg at your doorstep. Help us to help our community. First – spay or neuter your pets. Then, commit to volunteering or donating to AAA. If you would like to volunteer or otherwise support the work of Atascosa Animal Allies, contact our team at AtascosaAnimalAllies@gmail.com. Visit our website at firstname.lastname@example.org to see all the adoptable pets we have available.
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