Pasco — Hugh Mungus
Hugh Mungus, or Hugh for short, is a large, middle aged, male cat. He’s a silky soft tabby who, at nearly 25 pounds, is a bit on the plus size. He loves butt scratches and hanging out with kitty friends. He hopes to find someone who’ll help him regain a beach body. If you’d like to offer him the love and support he needs, contact Pasco County Animal Services at (813) 929-1212.
Hernando — McGruff
McGruff is a 6-year-old, brown brindle Terrier mix. He was found running loose in Brooksville and shelter volunteers quickly fell in love with his outgoing personality. He’s friendly, well mannered and housebroken. He does have a phobia of storms, but he quickly finds comfort in the confinement of his crate. He’s best suited for a family environment that can show him love and comfort him during storms. He comes neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. If you’d like to share your love with him, contact Hernando County Animal Services at (352) 796-5062.
Pinellas — Kate
Kate is a medium haired Calico who littered eight kittens. The kitties easily found homes, but Kate still awaits a forever home. She loves to sit in your lap and get brushed. If you’d like to add her to your family, call (727) 463-0694 or (727) 545-1116 to arrange to meet her at the Save Our Strays Pinellas Park facility.
Manatee — Bell
Bell is a 10-year-old mixed breed. She was recently forced into retirement because COVID-19 prevented her from visiting residents in area retirement homes. She is very gentle and perfect for the shelter’s “Seniors for Seniors” program. To find out more about Bell, contact Bishop Animal Shelter at (941) 792-2863.
Hillsborough — Jack and Jill
Jack and Jill are a bonded pair from Seminole Heights who seek a home together. Jack is a 2-year-old, chocolate Shih Tzu mix. He loves to roll over for endless belly rubs and adores Jill. Jill is a 1-year old tri-color Chihuahua mix. She’s a high energy pup who springs into your lap as soon as you sit down. They are so attached to each other, they must be adopted together. No exceptions. To adopt them, fill out an application at NewLifeDogRescue.org.