Adoption of the week: meet Kitty
SPONSORED CONTENT — Meet Kitty. She's an 11-year-old mix of short and long-haired Chihuahua. She likes short walks, and car rides and is comfortable around wheelchairs. She is good with small dogs but will chase cats and will challenge larger dogs and is not recommended for households with children. Kitty is crate-trained, likes small cozy spaces and she is comfortable left alone for periods of time. However, she is not fully house-trained and needs frequent walks. She will use pee pads. She barks when people come to the door but other than that, she is pretty quiet. This old girl is looking for a quiet place to spend her twilight years. She is spayed and her vaccinations are up-to-date. If interested in an appointment to meet Kitty, please call the shelter at 519-372-1911.
During the COVID-19 crisis, people are working at the shelter to care for the animals but they are limiting the numbers of volunteers and restricting general public visits.
GBAS serves the residents of both Grey and Bruce Counties who can no longer care for their own pet cats and dogs. The shelter minimizes the time that surrendered pets spend at the shelter by consistently matching animals with suitable new homes.
Largely volunteer-based, the shelter receives no financial assistance from any level of government and is 100% funded by adoption fees, private donations and fundraising events. The shelter is located at 457437 Concession Rd 8 S, Municipality of Meaford.
For further information regarding surrenders, adoptions, donations and volunteering, please visit us at grey-bruceanimalshelter.com or Facebook at Friends of the Grey Bruce Animal Shelter or Instagram at Grey Bruce Animal Shelter.
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