Pets of the week: Gracie and Midnight

7:20 AM, Dec 31, 2010   |    comments
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  • Gracie is available for adoption at the Humane Society of Pinellas Co.
  • Midnight is available for adoption at Humane Society of Pinellas Co.

Pinellas County, Fla. -- Gracie is a 2 and a half year old Pit Bull that loves to be around people. 

10 News is told she is a smart, sweet and affectionate girl that is going to be a great best friend to someone very lucky. Gracie has happy energy, so an active home and lifestyle would be beneficial to her.

An obedience class would create a bond between her and her new owner that will benefit you both; but most importantly, help Gracie to be the best dog she can be.

She is already house trained and knows some of her basic commands, but it's still aa bit challenging to hold still with her full body wag!

Midnight is a petite 2 year old domestic short haired cat. Her coat is jet black and is very delicate looking. We're told she is very sweet and loves attention.

She was turned in by her previous owners because they had too many other animals. She did spend some time as a stray so she can be nervous around other cats. She can live with them but may keep her distance and will probably prefer humans for companionship. She has been around other dogs and children.

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Human 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

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