Pet of the Week: Patches

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Pet of the Week: Patches

Clearwater, Florida - Our Pet of the week is Patches. Patches is a  Border Collie mix that is just as soft as she looks. She is 10 years old and found her way to the shelter when her previous owner passed away. She is a very sweet girl that loves human companionship and is especially great with children of all ages.

In her previous home, Patches enjoyed the company of another dog. She was also house trained with access of a doggy door. She is a perfect family dog that loves abosulutely everyone. She is obedient with excellent house manners and is an overall happy girl that will surely bring a smile to your face.

Pet of the week: Francis

Francis is a medium sized domestic haired cat. He has a beautifully unique white fur with grey markings. He is 7 years old. He is one of a kind. He is a declawed cat. He is very sweet and likes small places to hide in, but he will always emerge to come greet you with love. He is a diabetic who needs daily insulin and a special diet, but he is a wonderfully gentle, loveable cat who deserves a home where people can meet his special needs. Francis' previous owners turned him in because they could no longer take care of him. He would do best in a home that only has older children in it. He gets along with most other cats but we do not know how he is with dogs. If you have older children or dogs at home please bring them into the shelter to meet him.

Visit http://www.humanesocietyofpinellas.org/  for more information.

Location:

Humane Society of Pinellas

3040 State Road 590

Clearwater, Florida 

A note from The Humane Society of Pinellas. The Humane Society of Pinellas is dedicated to serving the community through the compassionate care of all animals. We are a nonprofit animal shelter that cares for over 300 animals daily. We provide lifesaving services to our community's sick, injured, abused and abandoned pets and wildlife. We accept and care for animals in need, injured, abandoned, orphaned, stray pets and wildlife and provide emergency ambulance service to injured animals. We conduct cruelty investigations within our jurisdiction and when necessary, prosecute these cases in close cooperation with local police and health authorities. We are not supported by tax dollars. We get our funds through adoption fees, contracts with municipalities and donations from caring animal lovers like you. You can also check out the Humane Society of The United States at http://www.humanesociety.org  

 

Humane Society of Pinellas

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