East Bay Pets of the Week for August 13

Izzie and Ella are the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society’s Pets of the Week. (photo courtesy of the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society)

We are Izzie (all tan) and Ella (black and tan), girls who have been best friends our entire lives, so we have to be adopted together, but that means doubling the love! We are a rather sweet pair who like to play sometimes and enjoy walks around the neighborhood. We can be shy with new experiences, so we would need a quiet house without the little ones running around. A home with some dog experience would also be a plus. All in all, we are very sweet and cuddly girls: get ready to wag your tail from the bottom of your heart and double the joy. To learn more, visit the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS) online at berkeleyhumane.org.

– BEBH

Ziggy is the Pet of the Week at the East Bay SPCA, Oakland. (photo courtesy of the East Bay SPCA, Oakland)

Hi my name is Ziggy and I am from Tulsa, Oklahoma! You probably noticed me because I am so beautiful.

I like to shake my fluff to chase balls, train, sniff or just hang out. If I don’t know you, give me a few minutes and some tasty bites. Who doesn’t feel better with cheese, right? A house with older children and no other pets would be preferable. Are you looking for a beautiful companion with whom to share pleasure? Learn how to adopt me at eastbayspca.org/how-to-adopt.

– EBSPCA

Atticus is Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter’s Pet of the Week. (photo courtesy of Friends of Alameda Animal Shelter)

Atticus is an 8 month old smooth collie who probably still has some growth to do. He is very intelligent and loves to play in the water and go hiking, the perfect pet for an active house and weekend adventures. He should be good with other dogs and older children (but maybe too energetic for toddlers). Come meet this new four-legged friend by filling out an application on the Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) website, alamedaanimalshelter.org.

– FAAS

Patches is the Pet of the Week with Community Concern for Cats. (photo courtesy of Community Concern for Cats)

Patches is a cat who will mend all the holes in your heart. This cute calm calico girl will touch you for attention, sit on your lap and follow you everywhere. To meet our lovebug, contact Kay at [email protected] Community Concern for Cats (CC4C) weekend adoption events are held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 1250-H Newell Ave. at Walnut Creek. We also do virtual adoptions, and many of our adoptable cats can be seen online at communityconcernforcats.org.

– CC4C

Emma Louise is Milo Point Richmond’s Pet of the Week. (photo courtesy of the Milo Foundation)

Meet Emma Louise! She is a shy little girl from a very large family of dogs. She would love a quiet house with a garden, a furry brother, and someone who wants to give her the affection and training that will make her a great canine citizen. The dedicated staff of Milo Point Richmond at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond is on duty every day to take care of our animals. Contact us for help from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Tuesday and see more animals on our website at milofoundation.org. We have saved over 35,000 lives in 25 years.

– Milo Foundation

Huck is Contra Costa SPCA’s Pet of the Week. (photo courtesy of Contra Costa SPCA)

This is Huck, a 3 month old brown tabby cat with shoulder length hair. He is described as having special needs but certainly does not require additional care. Due to a broken eardrum, his head tilts to the side. He loves to hug everyone, that’s when he’s not playing with his brother and their toys. He lives in a foster family with his brother Finn, a totally blind but perfectly capable hairball. We would like these nice boys to be adopted together. For more information on Huck or any Contra Costa SPCA (CCSPCA) pet, please call Kim at 925 435-4161.

– CCSPCA

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