Hi, I’m Disco. Straight to you from Studio 54, I’m a lively teenage kitten that can’t wait to share all my moves with you! My dance mix is fun and playful, but let’s save some down time for curling up and cuddling together too. To adopt me, visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about the new, no-contact adoption process at the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS).
Hi there, I’m Scooter! When it comes to relationships, I’m very level-headed. I don’t leap paws-first, if you know what I mean. But give me a little time, and I’ll shower you with purrs and head-butts. I don’t go looking for trouble, but I’m no scaredy-cat, either. If you are looking for a steady companion to travel with you on the road of life, look no further. If you’re interested in adopting me, email your completed application from eastbayspca.org/how-to-adopt to email@example.com at the East Bay SPCA, Oakland (EBSPCA).
Wonderful Deirdra and Dexter are probably siblings and get along great but do not have to be adopted together. These darling puppies, estimated to be about 10 months old, are super sweet, love people, and need a home with a big yard. FAAS recommends kids 10 and older due to their size – Dexter is almost 70 pounds already – and the training they need to walk on leash without pulling. To meet these sweet pups, call Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter at 510-337-8565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See all of their adoptable animals at alamedaanimalshelter.org. Adoptions are by appointment.
Romeo and Juliet are loving, bonded teen kitties. They found each other in a foster home and will happily live together as life-long friends. Confident Romeo brings out the best in shyer Juliet. Both are jewels. To adopt them, contact Renee at GiveThemaHappyLife@gmail.com. Community Concern for Cats is holding weekend adoption events at Petco in Walnut Creek. Visit communityconcernforcats.org online to see our galaxy of adoptable friendly felines with Community Concern for Cats (CC4C).
Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society
East Bay SPCA, Oakland
Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter
Community Concern for Cats
Contra Costa SPCA
Cody is a super sweet family dog. He is dog-friendly and people-friendly and would do fine in a home with kids. He is beautiful and silky, content to trot along with you on the leash or chill with you on the sofa. Milo Point Richmond’s dedicated staff at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond is on duty every day caring for our animals. Contact us for assistance from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day except Tuesdays, and see more pets on our website at milofoundation.org. We’ve saved more than 35,000 lives in 25 years.
— Milo Foundation
Shelly is a 7-year-old female cat that we caught on the streets of Antioch. Apparently she had been left behind 5 years ago when her owners moved away. A few of the neighbors fed her but only sometimes. We guess enough that she stayed around. She’s in quite good health, is spayed, has her shots and passed her physical. She now lives inside and seems to enjoy being petted and talked to. This survivor needs a home. For more information about this or any other adoptable pets with the Contra Costa SPCA (CCSPCA), call Pat at 925-323-0667