Pets of the Week
Please call 626-792-7151 with their ID# for more information. Click here to view all the available pets at our shelter.
Kizzy (A404600) Kizzy (A404600) is a 2-year-old, spayed female, tan Chihuahua. Although Kizzy can be a bit shy at first, she loves to be held and will quickly relax in your arms for a good snooze. She enjoys being pet and giving kisses. Kizzy has done well around other small dogs out on our Mobile Unit; her confidence really began to shine the more time she spent with Freddy (A967935), so she might be a great fit for a home with another small dog. This sweet wallflower would love to blossom in a loving home. Could it be yours?
Hope (A391121) is a 5-year-old, spayed female, grey tabby. This friendly kitty loves everyone she meets. You can find her chatting up a storm with our volunteers. Hope loves to head bump, rub and purr the second she receives attention, making biscuits as she gets comfortable with you. Don’t be fooled by her age! Her previous owner said she’s as playful and active a kitty as you can imagine. Hope qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors program, so her adoption fee is only $20 for adopters age 60 and up. Hope is available for adoption at Pet Food Express, located at 320 S. Lake Avenue in Pasadena.
Donald (A405784) is a medium-sized, male, red guinea pig with an adorable white cowlick on the top of his head. This curious fellow enjoys exploring his kennel and nudging toys with his nose. He likes to be pet and loves to be held. Once he settles comfortably on your lap, he begins cooing to indicate his happiness. Since guinea pigs are from the Cavy family and can’t produce their own Vitamin C, Donald’s adopter should make sure to feed him plenty of leafy green veggies, fruits and timothy hay. If you’re looking for a playful, friendly addition to your family, Donald might just be the perfect fit!
These pets require some special attention. They may be shy, older, or have a chronic condition.
Shmeegle (A403085) is a 2-year-old, neutered male, grey pit bull with an infectious smile. Shmeegle first came to us with a bad injury in his hind quarters that prevented him from even walking. After a month of medical care and rest, Shmeegle is like a new dog. He excitedly walks to the front of his kennel when people approach and loves attention. This friendly pup especially loves face kisses. Although Shmeegle is doing very well, his new adopters will need to wait a few months before going on long hikes or runs with him due to the extent of his original injury.