OCTOBER is “Adopt a Shelter Dog Month”. In honor of this occasion, each week a lucky dog will be selected for “Dog of the Week” and S.O.L.A.S. will donate $20.00 towards the adoption fee! Also, “Cat of the Week” will continue and S.O.L.A.S. will donate $20.00 towards the chosen cat! What a great time to come adopt your forever friend!
Come meet Smokey (#1410). He is a beautiful blue, 3 month old, Domestic Short Hair. He was surrendered to the shelter because his previous family was not able keep him. This boy is very playful, loves attention, and is ready to come home with you!
The snuggle bug George (#1422), is just waiting at the shelter for his forever home. He is a Domestic Short Hair, brown tabby, between 1 and 2 years old. He was founding wandering around Chapel Ridge all by his lonesome. Can he wander his way into your heart?
This poor little girl, named Four Wheeler (#1421) was found abandoned in a home and some good Samaritans called the shelter to have her rescued. She is a white and black, Domestic Short Hair, about 7 months old. Will you give her the home that she deserves?
Finnigan (#1107) has been waiting for you to come and adopt him! He is a 5 year old, red and white Husky with big blue eyes. He was found cruising the 2500 block of South 16th Street. He loves to take walks and he is a perfect gentleman on the leash.
Are you looking for a senior sweetie? Come meet with Molly (#1300). She is a 10+ year old, tricolor, Beagle. She would love a friend to spend her golden years with. She was found strolling around the area of 27th Street and Avenue I. She likes short walks, fuzzy blankets, and she loves hot dogs! Yummy!
Who could resist the face of Hank (#1433)? He is a tan and white Mastiff mix, about 4 years old. Talk about a gentle giant. This guy takes a few minutes to warm up but then becomes the biggest teddy bear! He was found adventuring in the area of 25th Street and Pavich, wearing a dark color collar. If you are looking for your furry teddy bear, come adopt Hank!
Are you tired of those picnic and barbecue hot dogs? Donate your leftover hot dogs to the shelter! Hot dogs are great pill holders for giving sick dogs medication and also help some of the picky eaters regain their appetite. Such a simple thing can turn a sad dog into a happy one! Please take all donations to the Council Bluffs Animal Shelter at 2821 South 15th Street.