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Tampa Bay area pets hoping to find loving homes

These three cats and two dogs are only a few of the animals available to “furever” homes.
Fiona and Norah are two of many animals looking for loving homes.
Fiona and Norah are two of many animals looking for loving homes. [ Times ]
Published Jan. 14

Pasco — Searay

Searay is a 6-year-old male cat. He loves having his back stroked and his face, ears and chin scratched. He’s very curious and happily approaches humans to be petted. If you’d like to adopt him, contact Pasco County Animal Services at 813-929-1212.

Searay happily approaches humans to be petted.
Searay happily approaches humans to be petted. [ Pasco County Animal Services ]

Pinellas — Boon

Boon is a 2-year-old male cat. He recently became homeless when his owner moved into a facility that doesn’t allow pets. He has quite the personality. He carries on long conversations with himself as he gazes out the window for hours. Boon’s two favorite things are nap time and being petted. For more information, contact Save Our Strays at 727-545-1116.

Boon's two favorite things are naptime and being petted.
Boon's two favorite things are naptime and being petted. [ Save Our Strays ]

Hernando — Fiona

Fiona is an 8-month-old, domestic short haired, female tabby cat. She was found wandering, along in a Spring Hill apartment complex. She’s shy at first, but warms up quickly and loves human contact. She’s spayed, microchipped and vaccinated. For more information, contact Hernando County Animal Services at 352-796-5062.

Little Fiona was found wandering in a Spring Hill apartment complex.
Little Fiona was found wandering in a Spring Hill apartment complex. [ Hernando County Animal Services ]

Manatee — Nina

Nina is a 3-year-old, female Chihuahua. She’s shy, but once she gets to know you, she’ll follow you everywhere. She loves sitting on your lap and cuddling. She’s recovering from surgery, so she needs someone comfortable with syringe feeding as she’s is unable to eat on her own yet. To adopt her, e-mail Manatee County Animal Services at adoptions@mymanatee.org.

Nina is recovering from surgery and needs to be syringe fed for a short time.
Nina is recovering from surgery and needs to be syringe fed for a short time. [ Manatee County Animal Services ]

Hillsborough — Norah

Norah is a 1-year-old, female Collie/Catahoula Leopard Hound mix. She’s a 50-pound ball of energy. She adores people and toys, but hates being crated. She’s best suited for a home with another dog, a fenced yard and children to help burn off her energy. Norah comes spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. To adopt her, visit SecondChanceFriends.org.

Norah is a 50-pound ball of energy.
Norah is a 50-pound ball of energy. [ Second Chance Friends ]