WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Need help keeping that New Year’s resolution to exercise more? Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control has a canine guest named Minnie who can take you out for some nice walks in this wonderful Florida weather! More of a happy couch potato? Then you’ll want me meet Olaf, a handsome and mellow cat who’s happy to curl up with you and snuggle. Either way, hurry in to meet these homeless pets who want to enrich your life while their adoption fees are up to you!
January is ‘Name Your Price’ month at the bustling shelter, so any donation amount is accepted as you happily walk a pet out the door into their brand new life with you! As an added bonus, dog adoptions come with a free pet bed as well. So now that you know that NOW’s the time, let’s meet a few of the animals waiting for you at PBCACC.
Olaf is the regal cat pictured above. He’s a 3 year-old Domestic Short-Haired boy who weighs just 8 pounds. This guy is a real charmer! Low energy, easy-going, and affectionate, Olaf loves nothing more than a nice back rub and a cuddle session. He loves everyone he meets and he’s one of a kind! With his chubby cheeks, cropped tail and several extra toes (he’s a cool polydactyl), he’ll make you fall in love when you meet him. His ID number is 1806827.
For a canine who loves to take walks with you, stop in and meet Minnie. Minnie is a spayed female mix weighing in at just 10 pounds. She’s 10 years old and sassy, spunky, outgoing, energetic and loves walks and adventures. This mature gal is housebroken and crate-trained and can live happily with other dogs and older children. Her ID number is 1208469 and she’s waiting to meet and greet you!
Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control is located at 7100 Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach. The shelter offers awesome dogs and cats for adoption as well as several community outreach programs and services. Microchipping (SO important….get your pet microchipped!), vaccines, low-cost spay and neuter, pet loss support groups, educational programs and much more are continually offered.
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REMEMBER TO ALWAYS….ADOPT, SPAY / NEUTER, MICROCHIP, AND LOVE YOUR PETS FOR LIFE