Pets that are still lost:
Pets that were lost but have been found:
Pets waiting for adoption:
Pets that were adopted this week:
Animals ready to be adopted at the Excelsior Springs Animal Control Center:
“BUDDY” is a male Beagle mix. He was found with “Charlie Brown” running loose near Orrick and Seybold Roads. Do you recognize this sweet face?! Buddy is still on stray hold, but will be available for adoption on December 23rd.
“FROSTY” is one of Carol’s kittens! He’ll be ready for adoption after January 1st 2020!
“GLORIA” is a young adult orange/white female. She’s very sweet and low maintenance. She’d probably prefer a home without other cats.
“CHARLIE BROWN” is a young adult Chocolate Lab mixed breed. He was found with “Buddy” running loose near Orrick and Seybold Roads. Do you recognize this handsome mug?! Charlie Brown is still on stray hold, but will be available for adoption on December 23rd.
“CAROL” is a young adult female dilute Calico, currently nursing her 4 kittens. They have another 2 weeks with mom before they’re ready for adoption. Carol is so patient and gentle. She’ll be such a sweet pet for any home!
“JINGLE” is one of Carol’s kittens! He’ll be ready for adoption after January 1st 2020!
“PICKLES” is a 5 year old spayed female Calico Tabby. She’s such a love! Pickles was left outside by her family when they moved away. She became a neighborhood cat for the next couple years, living outside on front porches, hoping for meals. Several neighbors took care of her, but none could give her a forever home. Pickles began to feel the effects of living outdoors. She had sores, fleas, hair loss and really just needed some TLC. She’s been with us since July, and she’s happy, healthy, and feeling like a new girl!! Pickles will always have environmental sensitivities (grass, flea, sun allergies, etc.) and will need to be an INDOOR ONLY girl from now on! This pretty chica would prefer to be an only child, but she will tolerate a sibling, if she has too! LoL! Please consider being that forever person for Miss Pickles!
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