Maggie and Cupid are looking for a home

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  • Pet of the Week: Maggie
  • Pet of the Week: Cupid

Clearwater, Florida -  Our Pet of the Week is Maggie. Maggie is an adorable, sweet and soft little girl that is 12 years old. She is a loving dog that adores human affection and companionship; even from children of all ages. She is a very well mannered gal that is already house trained and knows how to shake.

Maggie will be happy to grace your home with her presence. She is good in the play yard and is willing to share her toys with anyone that wants to play. Sadly her previous owner could no longer care for her but says that the very best thing about Maggie is her sweet and loving behavior.

PET ID: A11295667

Pet of the Week: Cupid

Cupid is a spunky medium sized 5 year old domestic short haired cat. He is known affectionately at the shelter as the attention hog. He rubs his head on you and may even try to climb up to get closer. Then, on the other hand, he can turn around and be immersed in whatever quiet contemplation cats enjoy. He does look like he may have had his share of "catting around" in younger days but he likes people and will be a good buddy.

Cupid came to the shelter as a stray so not much is known about his past. We recommend that his new forever home has older children in it due to the fact that he can be a spunky cat at times. He does not get along with dogs, but seems to get along well with the other kitties here at the shelter.

ID: 9216832

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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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