Queen Bee (Pinellas)
Queen Bee is a 10-year-old female cat with a fluffy tortoiseshell coat. In the shelter, she mostly likes to curl up in cat trees for naps. While on a short vacation in a foster home, she learned that she likes to play in bags and boxes and sit in a warm windowsill watching life go by. Given the run of the house, she’s content to play a game of dangle the string or just nap on the couch. As per her name, “Queen Bee” is best suited as the only cat to “rule” her home. For more information, call Friends of Strays at 727-522-6566.
Bruno is a 6-year-old male dog of unknown breed. He is very sweet and likes being petted and giving kisses. He walks well on a leash, knows basic commands and takes treats gently. He participates in playgroups and prefers dogs that are gentle like he is. At 60 pounds, he could stand to lose a little weight. A healthy diet and exercise will do him good. For more information, call Pasco County Animal Services at 813-929-1212.
Cesar is a 6-year-old male mixed-breed dog. He is ready to be “emperor” of his new home. While in a foster home, he has gotten along well with other pets. He is very social and likes to keep busy. He enjoys walks in the park, playing in the yard and car rides. He tends to be affectionate and likes his couch snuggle time. For more information, call Manatee County Animal Services at 941-742-5933.
Woody is a tan-and-white male terrier mix of unknown age. He was found tied to a fence and taken in to shelter care. He enjoys playing and going for long walks with volunteers. Woody isn’t fond of other animals. He must be the only “fur baby” in the home and would benefit from a large fenced yard that allows for outdoor play. For more information, call Hernando County Animal Services at 352-796-5062.
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Zaney is a 3-month-old female green-eyed kitten. She resembles a typical black tuxedo cat, but she’s actually a Havana Brown mix whose coloring is named after the famous cigar. She is curious, bright, playful and snuggly. For more information, go to StFrancisRescue.org.