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Area animal rescues highlight their available adoptable animals.

Long timers

Precious Paws Animal Rescue president Theresa Weldon posted earlier this week on the group’s Facebook page about some of the rescue’s “long timers.”

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“I sat at home watching ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ tonight and my mind went to all of our ‘Long timers’ — the fosters that are always overlooked because they are old, or shy, or simply because there are just too many cats to compete for a loving home,” Weldon posted. “Some of these animals have been with us for years. So in the spirit of Christmas, I’m asking you to please share these long timers at Precious Paws in hopes of finding them a home.”

They are posted on Precious Paws’ Petfinder page and more information is available there.

All of these pets are healthy, altered, vaccinated, tested negative for parasites, feline leukemia/FIV, Lyme Disease/HW and microchipped.

“Please share them every day until their homes are found. Share with your friends. Ask your friends to share them. Post them in your groups. I will mark each animal that gets a home as they are adopted – let’s see if we can find them all homes for the holidays,” Weldon posted.

Adoption applications can be found on the group’s website at www.pparfranklin.com.

More information is available by contacting the rescue at (814) 671-9827 or on the Precious Paws Facebook Page or website.

Terrific tunes

Clarion PAWS in Shippenville is in need of three working AM/FM radio’s with cords, not batteries.

“Nothing fancy just something we can put on a timer to play music for our cat areas … our building is too quiet,” the rescue posted on Facebook.

Meanwhile, the rescue has Kate available for adoption.

Kate

Kate

“Not quite sure if an adult cat is the right fit for you? How about a full grown kitten?” the rescue posted. “Kate is about 2 years old but has never grown up. She is a sweetheart with so much energy. She loves to play, whether it’s a box, laser, cat teaser or her roommates.”

“She is the best of both worlds. She has calm moments where she wants to cuddle but will also keep your life interesting when she is running around exploring and playing,” the rescue said.

Clarion PAWS is located at 11348 Route 322, Shippenville, Clarion River Hill, between Scrap Happy and Clarion Electric. The adoption center is open from 5 to 7 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays. The center is closed Fridays and Sundays.

More information is available online at www.clarionpaws.org, the group’s Facebook page or by calling (814) 229-1231.

Cats of one color

Tri-County Animal rescue in Shippenville highlighted some of its ginger-colored cats.

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Tri-County is located at 9562 Route 322, Shippenville.

More information about Tri-County Animal Rescue Center is available on its Facebook page, by calling (814) 918-2032 or emailing contactus@Tricounty-arc.org.

Fun fundraisers

Venango County Humane Society Bingo is holding some special events in the coming weeks.

On Saturday, Dec. 23, there will be a give away of a 43 inch TV, as well as other items.
There will be no bingo on Tuesday, Dec. 26, but there will be regular bingo Saturday, Dec. 30.

Then on New Year’s Eve, there will be special bingo. Payouts will be increased to the maximum amount. Doors will open at 4 p.m. and bingo will start at 7 p.m.

The events support the Venango County Humane Society.


All About Animals is a weekly blog that appears on Venangoextra.com and Clarionextra.com. Interested persons or groups can submit information to bigdogs.thederrick@gmail.com. Readers may also submit photos or stories of their animals. More information about the blog is available by contacting Anna Applegate at (814) 677-8364.