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Pets for the Week of June 18

06-17-15
BY
ASHLEY EVANS
Did you know that petting a cat or dog has been scientifically proven to improve your health? Petting a cat or dog can reduce tension and improve your overall mood. Pets offer an unconditional love that can be very helpful to people with depression. If you have some extra time this summer, consider visiting the Pickens Animal Shelter and Pickens Animal Rescue. You will find lots of pets whom would love some attention! Donations are always needed. Some items used regularly include cleaning supplies, dog food, cat food, and toys. All monetary donations are tax deductible.
If you’re in the market for a new companion, please visit the Pickens Animal Shelter or the Pickens Animal Rescue to find your forever friend. See you soon!

THE PICKENS COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
3563 Camp Road
Jasper, GA 30143
706-253-8983
www.PickensAnimalShelter.com
Adoption Fees: $90 Dogs/Puppies, Kittens $50, & Cats $25. Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, and vaccines including rabies.
Volunteers are always welcome. Please inquire by visiting the shelter.
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Kittens have flooded the shelter this season. Here is a new litter that has been in a foster home for a couple of weeks but they are now ready to find forever homes. The shelter currently has a *SPECIAL* price for kitten adoptions, one for $50 or two for $60. Who can resist this cuteness? Visit the Shelter soon and pick out a kitten or two!
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12:00-5:00 & Saturday 11:00-3:00
CLOSED Sunday & Monday

PICKENS ANIMAL RESCUE
401 Old Whitestone Rd. W
Talking Rock, GA 30175
706-692-2772
www.PickensAnimalRescue.org
Adoption Fees: $150 Dogs/Puppies & $100 Cats/Kittens. Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, all vaccines, Heartworm Test, Fecal, and Microchip, and FIV/Feline Leukemia tests for cats.
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Heidi Lou is a female Calico. She is a beautiful adult cat that would love a calm household. She prefers being an only cat so that she doesn’t have to share you with others. Adopting a mature cat is less maintenance than adopting a kitten. Adult cats have already gone through the kitten stages and tend to be much calmer than kittens. If you’re interested in adopting an adult cat, please visit Heidi Lou. She’s waiting for you!
 
Volunteers are needed. Please inquire by calling 706-692-2772.

Hours: Tuesday-Friday 1:00-4:00 & Saturday 10:00-4:00.
CLOSED Sunday & Monday.