100: Adoptable pets at Ontonagon County Animal Protection

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Shelter:

Ontonagon County Animal Protection
[ 906 884-2500 ]
[jwolfe2@jamadots.com]

Aislinn [more info]

Aislinn Aislinn (pronounced Ash-leen – it’s Gaelic) was born in the wild and came to OCAP in July 2013 with her two brothers, Rory and Liam. Because she’d had no contact with people during the first two months of her life, she’s shy and prefers to come to you for attention rather than being picked up on your terms. She has a beautiful blue and cream coat and is very affectionate once she knows you. Aislinn tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, is spayed, and has had all her basic vaccinations. She should become more and more comfortable around people as time goes by. If you’re looking for a kitty that likes to be around you but doesn’t expect constant attention, lovely Aislinn could be the one.

Patsy [more info]

Patsy is a sweet dilute calico kitten that came to OCAP from an outdoor living situation. She was in foster care for a time, and her foster mom says she’s a gal with spunk and attitude beneath that cherubic face. Give her a fur mouse and watch her go! She's a lot of fun and will make someone a fine kitty. Patsy tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus and has had her basic vaccinations. She will be old enough to spay in February, the cost of which is covered by her adoption fee.

Rolly [more info]

Hi! My name is Rolly - I'm a 10yo, male Australian Shepherd. I came to OCAP after my owner left home. Since I came to OCAP, I had to learn to trust people and now that I know I'm safe, I LOVE attention. I walk well on a leash and tremble with excitement when the volunteers love me up. Right now I don't have my silky tri colored coat because I needed to be shaved down. But I love to be brushed and am very patient. I prefer to be the only dog in the house because I want all the attention for myself. Don't worry about my age, I have a lot of love left to give and they keep telling me that I don't act my age. Please come and meet me at OCAP. I am a little shy at first, but will be happy to meet you. OCAP's open hours are each Saturday from 1-4. Open house 2/14/15 from 12-4. Or call OCAP to make an appt 906-884-2500 or Anne at 906-390-0167 / 906-884-6722. I qualify for the Senior to Senior Free program - anyone 60yo or above can adopt me for free, with approved adoption application. Please SHARE and help Rolly find his forever home. Rolly has not been child or cat tested. Through everything he had to go through when brought into OCAP, he has not shown any aggression whatsoever towards our volunteers.

Banjo [more info]

My name is Banjo - I'm a 7yo, male Australian Shepherd. I came to OCAP after my owner left home. Since I came to OCAP, I had to learn to trust people and now that I know I'm safe, I LOVE attention and sometimes pounce in the snow and make the volunteers laugh. I too don't have my silky tri colored coat because I needed to be shaved down. But I am told that I am a very patient boy with brushing. I prefer to be the only dog in the house because I want all the attention for myself. Please come and meet me at OCAP. I am a shy at first, but will be happy to meet you and just want my chance. OCAP's open hours are each Saturday from 1-4. Open house 2/14/15 from 12-4. Or call to make an appt 906-884-2500 or Anne at 906-390-0167 / 906-884-6722. Please SHARE and help Banjo find his forever home. Banjo has not been child or cat tested. Through everything he had to go through when brought into OCAP, he has not shown any aggression whatsoever towards our volunteers.

Buddy [more info]

My name is Buddy - I'm a 10yo, male Black lab. I came to OCAP through no fault no my own and really miss my owner because we spent a lot of time together. He took me on lots of car rides and hotel visits too! But when I had to stay home, I was a very good boy. I love kids and am fine with other dogs and have lived with cats too. I am very patient and love people. I have a lot of love left to give so please don't let my age turn you away. Please come and meet me at OCAP. OCAP's open hours are each Saturday from 1-4. Open house 2/14/15 from 12-4. Or call to make an appt 906-884-2500 or Anne at 906-390-0167 / 906-884-6722. I qualify for the Senior to Senior Free program - anyone 60yo or above can adopt me for free, with approved adoption application. Please SHARE and help Buddy find his forever home.

Bingo [more info]

My name is Bingo - I'm a 7yo, male Australian Shepherd. I came to OCAP after my owner left home. Since I came to OCAP, I had to learn to trust people and now that I know I'm safe, I LOVE attention and I love to run. I am learning to walk on a leash and just can't soak in enough attention. I don't have my silky tri colored coat because I needed to be shaved down too, but I'm a good boy and am patient with being brushed. I prefer to be the only dog in the house because I want all the attention for myself. And I have a lot of love left to give. I am a very happy guy, but am quite shy at first with strangers. Please come and meet me at OCAP and give me a chance. OCAP's open hours are each Saturday from 1-4. Open house 2/14/15 from 12-4. Or call to make an appt 906-884-2500 or Anne at 906-390-0167 / 906-884-6722. Please SHARE and help Bingo find his forever home. Banjo has not been child or cat tested. Through everything he had to go through when brought into OCAP, he has not shown any aggression whatsoever towards our volunteers.