Adoptable pets in St. Petersburg

Three little birds need a home.
Pet Pal Animal Shelter

Twitter feed. Not a dog lover or cat fanatic? Each of these three young parakeets, although shy at first, will, with a little love and training, be your best feathered friend. They are easy to train, gentle, and they don’t need to walk around or pick up their litter. Please call Pet Pal for adoption details. 727-328-7738.

A white and brown spotted dog
Otis is a shy but kind boy with spots for days.
Pet Pal Animal Shelter

Cuddly insect. Sure, Otis is a bit shy at first, but give him a little and he’ll cower in your lap. This 9 month old Catahoula Leopard mix can also be pretty. All animals are sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and dewormed. Pet Pal Animal Shelter, 405 22nd Ave. S., St. Pete. 727-328-7738; petpalanimalshelter.com.

A dark colored cat
Take a break from Malibu.
Pet Pal Animal Shelter

Surfing cat. Malibu is ready to hit the waves (figuratively, cats are great swimmers but they don’t always like it), so come meet this 3-month-old female tabby. All animals are sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and dewormed. Pet Pal Animal Shelter, 405 22nd Ave. S., St. Pete. 727-328-7738; petpalanimalshelter.com.

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