Paws Humane


Pets of the Week: Gail & Yum Yum
April 13, 2011, 9:12 am
Filed under: Adoptions

This week at PAWS we are highlighting two very sweet ladies, Gail and Yum Yum!

Gail is a one-year-old female Beagle mix who was brought over from Animal Control. She is an active girl who would love to have either children to play with or a family who enjoys going for walks or runs. Gail may be an escape artist, so we advise that she goes to an indoor home and is supervised closely while she is outside. Like most dogs of the Beagle variety, Gail loves to talk, so an apartment home may not be the best choice for her. Gail has been spayed, vaccinated, micro-chipped, and de-wormed. Her adoption fee is $175.

Yum Yum is a beautiful seven year old cream point tabby with sparkling blue eyes. She was once adopted but returned because her owner sadly had to move to a place that did not allow inside animals. We hope Yum Yums’ return is short and she is in a new home soon. She does well with cats and with calm dogs. Yum Yum is a gentle and laid-back cat that likes just about everyone as long as they respect her. She can usually be found on a perch taking a nap. As a mature gal, Yum Yum has slowed down but she still has a lot of love. She will need a quiet and low activity home where she can feel comfortable. Yum Yum is spayed, current on vaccinations, FeLV/FIV negative, and micro-chipped. Her adoption fee is $50. PAWS has a senior citizen adoption discount of $50 for qualifying seniors 60+ years which means Yum-Yum could go home with a new senior friend at no charge.

Check out these lovely ladies and more adoptable pets here!

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