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Tampa Bay area pets looking for homes

Burt, Darbi, Mitsy, Pearl and Liberty want to share their love with you.

Pasco — Burt

Burt is a 2-year-old Mastiff mix. At 60-pounds, he’s a giant, lovable, baby. He’s content just to sit and stare into your eyes. Burt is wonderful with children, but best as the only pet in the family. To adopt him, call the SPCA Suncoast at (727) 849-1048.

Burt is a lovable Mastiff mix. [ SPCA Suncoast ]

Hillsborough — Darbi

Darbi is a 3-year-old Boxer mix. She’s a retired mom who’s turned professional couch potato. She does well with other dogs, but prefers to spend her time with humans. She comes housebroken, spayed, microchipped and vaccinated. To adopt her, go to secondchancefriends.org, or find them on Facebook at SecondChanceFriendsInc.

Darbi has retired to become a professional couch potato. [ Second Chance Friends ]

Pinellas — Mitsy

Mitsy is an older cat with the energy of a kitten. She loves to sit around, sing and tell you she loves you with loud purring. Mitsy is best suited for a calm home. To adopt her, go to Friendsofstrays.org/adopt and fill out a form. Processing may take up to 48 hours.

Mitsy loves to sing. [ Friends of Strays ]

Hernando — Pearl

Pearl is a real people cat. She runs the office at the Hernando County Animal Services. At night, she’s allowed to roam about the office and get exercise. She’s a short hair black cat. She comes spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and FeLV tested. For more information or to adopt her, call (352) 796-5062.

At night, Pearl is allowed to roam freely in the front office at Hernando County Animal Services. [ PICASA | Hernando County Animal Services ]

Manatee — Liberty

Liberty is a 3-year-old domestic short hair mix. She’s black with patches of white between her toes. A slow paced life is best for her. She loves to sunbathe on screened porches and watch butterflies. To adopt her, contact the Humane Society of Manatee County at adoptions@humanesocietymanatee.org or call (941) 747-8808, ext. 313.

Liberty is looking for a lap to nap on. [ Humane Society Manatee County ]

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