Manatee — Toffee
Toffee is a 6-year-old female domestic short haired cat. She was a bit anti-social, so shelter volunteers have been working on making her more social. Now, she will visit with you and get affection in between naps. Her favorite time of day is food time. She purrs very loudly as she eats. For more information, call the Manatee County Animal Services at 941-742-5933.
Pinellas — Lilly
Lilly is a middle aged female tabby cat. She’s a snuggle bug and loves to cuddle. Lilly doesn’t mind dogs, but she hates other cats. At 15-pounds, she’s got a lot of love to share. To meet her, call Save Our Strays at 727-545-1116.
Hernando — Sam
Sam is a black and white male terrier mix of unknown age. He is a bit timid at first, but he is the friendliest dog once he warms up to you. He is a shelter hero as he provided a blood transfusion to another dog in need. Volunteers report he was calm throughout the procedure. For more information, call Hernando County Animal Services at 352-796-5062.
Pasco — Tippey
Tippey is a 4-year-old male dog of unknown breed. This goofy, happy go lucky guy loves running around the yard and playing with his person. He spends free time playing with toys and rolling in the grass. He knows the sit, down and pray commands and is currently working on agility. Treats are his favorite thing. Belly rubs are his second favorite thing. He loves people and can get overly excited when he meets them. He may be best suited to a home without small children. For more information, call Pasco County Animal Services at 813-929-1212.
Hillsborough — Mia
Mia is a 7-year-old female Lhasa Apso. She is housebroken, crate trained and requires grooming. Mia has a bonded sister, and they are both grieving the death of their former owner. Because of this, it is recommended they be adopted together. They are best suited for a home without kids or other pets, but with a fenced yard. For more information, go to SecondChanceFriends.org.
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