Livingston County Animal Shelter Adoption of the Week: Big Al, Skippy, Tango

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It’s raining cats and dogs here at the Livingston County Animal Shelter! Meet a few of our animals ready for adoption.

Big Al and Skippy: These two fellas were surrendered to the shelter together due to the health condition of the previous owner. Big Al (gray and black tabby) and Skippy (orange tabby) are both 11 years old and have lived as indoor/outdoor cats. We would love to see them find a home together but it is not a requirement for adoption.

Tango: This sweet and goofy one-year old boy thinks he is a lap dog, but, in reality, weighs in at 78 pounds. Tango likes to play outside, always finding some limb to carry around and chew on, but will crash for a good nap after some exercise. He is house-trained and enjoys kids, although it is uncertain how he is with cats or other dogs. Tango will need someone who has experience with large dogs. He would benefit greatly from training as he still needs some work with leash walking and getting comfortable with new people. Tango is not crazy about being in a kennel and has loved hanging out in the office with staff.

Looking to add a new member to your family? Check out Big Al, Skippy, and Tango and all of the other animals available for adoption at http://www.livgov.com/animalshelter or call (517) 546-2154 for more information. If you are interested in a foster-to-adopt option, contact the shelter, or come by for a visit.

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By day, Cheryl Ellis is a project manager at a specialty pharmacy. The rest of her waking hours are spent taking photos for her website, Harvest Moon Photography. She was inspired to start volunteering at the Livingston County Animal Shelter after adopting a senior cat named Samson.

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