This week's trip to the King County Animal Shelter brought good news: there were fewer animals in house than usual. However, there are still some great pets looking for homes including the two below.
Bunny isn't actually this rabbit's name. If you take this cute little guy home, you get the privilege of naming him. Bunny is a young guy with great brown and black markings. There isn't much back history on this rabbit as he was found wandering the streets before being brought into the shelter. However, Bunny is a friendly rabbit that has adapted well to his new life at the shelter. Bunny is looking for a home without dogs or young children.
Hop-a-Long has had a rough go lately. While staying at a foster home, Hop had to have one of his front legs amputated. Yet, as I found out, the missing wheel hasn't slowed this guy down at all. Hop is a healthy two-year-old male who is current on his shots and neutered. This cat will do great in a house where he is the only pet, with older or no children. Hop will make a great pet for a person or family looking for a warm, friendly cat who can be the center of attention.
Kent Animal Care and Control Shelter
21615 64th Ave. S. Kent 98032
Phone: 206-296-7387 (PETS)
Hours: Monday: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesday - Friday: noon - 6 p.m. Saturday - Sunday: noon - 5 p.m.