Pets of the Week, March 22

FresnoMarch 21, 2014 

MADERA COUNTY: Snow White is a 3 ½ month old Terrier mix that weighs six pounds, available through Madera County.  She is a very calm puppy and will be content to sit on your lap for some quality TV time, or play with your gentle children.

There is a $100 adoption fee, and additional $10 fee for a microchip.

CAT HOUSE ON THE KINGS: Brighton is an extremely beautiful 1 year old buff tabby who was an excellent mom cat while still being just a teenage kitten herself! She's mellow, playful, sweet, patient and very responsive to petting and snuggles. She gets along well with other cats, and even "adopted" a grey kitten that wasn't hers for some mom licks and loving! She's got silky-soft, easy care fur, too! What an amazing girl!You can come in and meet Brighton at the Cat House on the Kings Adoption Center inside Petco at 4144 N. Blackstone at Ashlan in Fresno. You will be required to fill out an adoption application online at The adoption center at Petco is open daily 10am-5:00pm and Wednesday 10am-6:00pm. Call (559) 222-0228 for more information. The adoption center has a computer for you to use for filling in an application.

ANIMAL COMPASSION TEAM: Bolt is a 1 year old Lab/Border Collie mix.  He is a wonderful boy!  He loves all people, kids, and gets along great with other dogs...he is perfect family dog!  Bolt is available through Animal Compassion Team 2789 S. Orange Ave.  Fresno.  Open Sat.-Sun. 11-6p.  Call 559-299-6364 or

CCSPCA: Introducing Lolly! Lolly is a 1 year old, female, black and white, Domestic Longhair. Lolly loves spending her afternoons on her favorite purple chair. Lolly is available for adoption at our CCSPCA Adoption Center on Sunday, March 23, 2013. Animal Center hours are 10am-5pm, 7 days a week (until 6pm on Wednesdays). The CCSPCA is located at 103 S. Hughes Ave. Fresno, CA 93706. For questions, please call (559) 233-7722 x 107 or email Adoptions@CCSPCA.COM

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