Cold Noses: Adoptable Pets of the Week – Yahoo News


Cold Noses, The Times-Union’s weekly pet column, features dogs and cats available for adoption at area government-run animal shelters.

Some shelters are operating with limitations because of the coronavirus pandemic. Contact individual shelters for more information.

• Clay County Animal Services, 3984 W. Florida 16, Green Cove Springs. Call (904) 269-6342 or email [email protected] To view available animals, go to or

Zeus is a large 5-year-old male mixed-breed dog (ID No. Clay A 165). He is calm, quiet in his kennel and aims to please. He understands basic commands and walks well on a leash. He is heartworm-positive; his treatment is sponsored by Friends of Clay County Animals.

Noodle is a 2-year-old female domestic shorthair cat (ID No. Clay A 375). She loves to be groomed and have all of your attention. She prefers a home with a window view, a comfy couch and the best humans.


• Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services is at 2020 Forest St. Call (904) 630-2489 or email [email protected] To view available animals, go to or

Bubba is a 12-year-old, 57-pound male mixed-breed dog (ID No. A1079272). He is a mellow gentleman who loves to snuggle and play. He’s a mellow soul looking for a family to spend his golden years with. Because November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month, his adoption fees are waived.


Mandy is an 8-year-old, 10-pound female, tabby-colored domestic longhair cat (ID No. A1309307). She would love a lap to snuggle in and a couch to relax on. She has only one eye, but has adapted well and gets around fine. Because November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month, her adoption fees are waived.


• St. Johns County Pet Center is at 130 N. Stratton Road, St. Augustine. Call (904) 209-6190. To view available animals, go to Friends of the St. Johns County Center group has shelter cats available for adoption Saturdays at Pet Smart, 1779 S. U.S. 1 in St. Augustine,

Hopper is a 1½-year-old male terrier mix (ID No. 60619). He is energetic and will do best in a household with no children. …….


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