Lily is a ball of energy
Why go to some massive adopt-a-thon for an out-of-state dog for $375 when you can find a wonderful local pet for a fraction of the cost at the Milford – Orange Animal Shelter?
Right now you can find kittens and cats of all colors and sizes at the shelter.
Assistant Animal Control Officer Scott Ellingson is fond of “Charlie” a big neutered Tiger cat that is about 3 years old.
Charlie’s been at the shelter since May 1. “He’s a lounger,” Ellingson said. “He’s a really nice cat.”
Won’t you consider giving this handsome fellow a forever home?
“Darla” is a lovely pit mix that was found wandering in the Brewster Road / New Haven Avenue area on June 21.
She is about 2 years old and is not yet spayed, but will be soon.
Visit this sweet girl at the shelter.
Another pit mix that you have to meet is “Lily.” She’s about 18 months old and a ball of energy.
Lily was found in April dragging a pink leash along Naugatuck Avenue.
She is spayed and has her rabies shot.
NOTE: Families with small children not recommended for either dog due to their size and energy level: no determination yet on how they are with other animals.
The shelter is located at 664 East Broadway, Milford.
The Shelter is open Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For Information on any of these animals, call 203-783-3279.