Animals of the week |

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes are available at area shelters and animal shelters, as well as opportunities to help homeless animals through homeless animal programs. hospitality, donations and help with fundraising and other family activities. Contact an emergency service near you to find out more.

Montgomery County Animal Care and Control

Ike is a mixed breed of happy and lucky adult males, possibly lab-mixed with Bulldog. He’s a taller guy and he’s looking for his forever family that will keep him active. He is up to date with his vaccines and will be neutered before his departure. For more details, MCACC will be happy to answer your questions.

Cream is a very cute little black and white spotted English rabbit. While a rabbit might not be someone’s first thought for a pet, it is very clean, easy to maintain, and makes a great pet for children. Find them both at Montgomery County Animal Care and Control, 616 N. Spring St., 931-648-5750,

Cats are us

Gypsy is a beautiful tricolor girl with long hair. She is very sweet and a little shy at first until she feels comfortable. She is updated on all vaccinations, sterilized and litter trained. She was left homeless after her family added a dog and she and the dog didn’t get along, so she must be in a dog-free home. She will make a sweet companion and seek her family forever. Gypsy is currently available at PetSmart on weekends from noon to 4 p.m. or by appointment through Cats Are Us, 931-503-0053,

Finders Keepers Cat Rescue

Ashfour is an estimated girl between 14 and 18 years old! She is up to date with her vaccines, sterilized and trained in litter. She is great with children and dogs but prefers to be the only cat. Ashfur loves to lounge on a heated bed or in the sun as she has a touch of arthritis, but she still has enough pep in her step. You can find Ashfur through Finders Keepers Cat Rescue, message them on FB or Or send an email to [email protected]

Stewart County Cat Adoption Team (CATS)

Floyd thinks he’s a dog and will follow you everywhere! He is just under a year old, sweet and very talkative. He is fully vaccinated, on flea / tick medication, sterilized and litter trained. Floyd tested positive for IVF he inherited from birth. She is a very healthy cat and can live a fairly long and happy life with her diagnosis. He needs to be an indoor cat. Floyd can be found via the Cat Adoption Team (CATS). Contact Susan @ 931-305-8212 via SMS or leave a message or message through their Facebook page.

Animal rescue from staunch friends of Stewart County

Heather just wants her own family for Christmas! She is a very gentle 3 year old female Beagle / Hound mix. She is sterilized, up to date with all her vaccines and is cage / home trained. Briar loves her people and being with other dogs, but she is very excitable and energetic, so dating is always advised. She enjoys the outdoors and would make a great running or hiking friend. Come find Briar via Stewart County Faithful Friends Animal Rescue, 931-627-1459,

Mid Tennessee Pet Rescue

Quinn is a super mild mix for 3 year old and 50 pound cattle dogs. She loves belly massages and is good with children, dogs and cats. She just wants to be loved. It is sterilized, microchipped and up to date on all pictures. This girl can be found via Companion Pet Rescue of Middle Tennessee, 615-260-8473,

Caring dog rescue of two ladies

Loki is looking for his family forever. This is an absolutely gorgeous 6 month old German Shepherd puppy! He will be a big guy since he currently weighs 70 pounds, so as he gets older remember he will be a big puppy. He is up to date with his vaccines, sterilized and sterilized at home. He does well with other dogs and is good with children. You can find it via Two Ladies Caring Dog Rescue, 931-217-1587,

Sagley’s Bully Farm Biker

Rex is such a stupid love bug. He’s a superstar, as evidenced by his crown and sunglasses. A little over 2 years old, fully checked, shots updated, sterilized and trained at home! He enjoys people, good with children and other dogs, but would probably do better in a cat-free house at first. If you would like to meet Rex and would like more information, please contact Lisa or Viktoria at Sagley’s Biker Bully Farm, (785) 207-5741.

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