Animals Seeking Forever Homes – The Daily Reporter

The following animals are available for adoption at Greenfield Hancock Animal Management, 2195 WUS 40, Greenfield. Animals receive the first vaccines upon arrival at the facility, and the cost of rabies vaccines and sterilization / sterilization procedures are also covered. For more information, call 317-477-4367. Kennel Manager Megan Manship tells us a bit more about each pet.

“Noah is a 4 year old long haired cat who has come to us as a stray. He is very friendly and up to date with his vaccines and already neutered. It would make a great companion for any type of home.

“Mario is a German Shepherd of about 4 years old. He is fairly active and will need a home with a family that can manage his energy levels until he learns basic commands and obedience. He’s a smart dog, he just needs someone who will work with him and make him the best dog he can be!

“Luigi is a 3 year old Great Dane. He’s a pretty well-behaved boy! He gets along well with other dogs, and he’s really big! He weighs around 100 pounds. He would love a fenced yard in which to let off steam and play.

“Ribbon is a 4 year old short haired brown tabby cat. It was delivered to us because its previous owner was allergic to it. She’s more of a sassy type of cat who enjoys being petted and loved whenever she wants. She would love nothing more than to be the queen of the castle! She is a beautiful cat.

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