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Joey's Cool Cats: Orville, in honor of Larry

Joey's Cool Cats: Orville, in honor of Larry

 This is what I imagine my late buddy "Larry The Garden Cat" looked like as a kitten, so in honor of him - let's help find Orville amd his sisters a home today.

Orville is approximately 6-7 weeks old and came to the shelter with his two sisters, who are both tortiose-shell kitties. Orville is available for adoption at Bryant Animal Control & Adoption Center, located at 25700 Interstate 30 N (near exit 126.) The shelter is open Monday - Saturday from 12noon - 4:30pm. ... Call 501-653-0765 for more information about Orville and his sisters!

Saline County drive-through clinic

Saline County drive-through clinic

Humane Society of Saline County is hosting a drive-thru shot clinic for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens on June 11, 2011.

How much does it cost?

Joey's Cool Cats: Kitten needs forever home

Joey's Cool Cats: Kitten needs forever home
BAUXITE, Ark. -- This friendly tuxedo kitten was rescued from a local animal control facility because her time was up! Like Ernest Hemingway's favorite tuxedo cat, this kitten has six toes (polydactyl). She has been spayed and is current on shots and worming. She is a playful medium-hair kitten who is eager to find a home. Her adoption fee is $75.
Humane Society of Saline County has taken in 70 kittens and cats this past month. The shelter hours are from noon to four on Tuesday through Saturday.

PETA: Safeguard your pet during severe weather

PETA: Safeguard your pet during severe weather

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — As weather forecasters warn Arkansas residents to brace for even more severe thunderstorms, flooding, and possible tornadoes this week, PETA is offering important advice for ensuring the safety of companion animals should residents experience major storm damage or flooding and be forced to evacuate. Please alert your audience to the following information, which could help save the lives of cats, dogs, birds, and other companion animals who need to be included in tornado and other disaster preparation plans:

  • If a tornado is expected in your area and you evacuate, never leave your animals behind. If the tornado is a threat to you, it's a threat to them. If you seek safety within your residence, be sure to include all your animals. If the storm causes flooding, never leave your animals outdoors, tied up, or confined in any way, as they will be trapped and unable to flee rising waters.
  • Know your destination ahead of time.

Give a lucky pet a home

Give a lucky pet a home

BRYANT, Ark. -- On St. Patrick's Day, the Bryant Animal Shelter will be open from 12 noon - 9 p.m. for adoptions!

Special treats for those people and pets wearin' o' the green! Extra special treats for Irish Wolfhounds and Irish Setters that visit the shelter!

Stop by and change the luck of a shelter dog or cat through adoption or a donation. Pets from the Bryant Animal Shelter and the Humane Society of Saline County will be on hand to meet.  Call 501-653-0765 for more information.

“Bark after Dark” at Bryant Animal Shelter

“Bark after Dark” at Bryant Animal Shelter

WHO: Bryant Animal Shelter & the Humane Society of Saline County

WHAT: “Bark after Dark” at the Bryant Animal Shelter

WHEN: Thursday, March 17 at 4:30 pm

WHERE: Bryant Animal Shelter

We are celebrating St Patrick’s Day, and you're in luck: the Bryant Animal Shelter is staying open late for adoptions! 

Animals for adoption from both shelters will be on hand, so put on your green and come by the shelter. Perhaps you can change the luck of a homeless pet by taking home a new forever friend!

Special treats for those people and pets wearing green!  EXTRA Special treats, Irish Wolf hounds and Irish Setters, who visit the Bryant Animal Shelter on St. Patrick’s Day.

We’ll see you there.

For more information contact the Bryant Animal Shelter @ 501-653-0765.

Sincerely,

Mayor Jill Dabbs

Animal control officer receives honors

Animal control officer receives honors

BRYANT, Ark. - Each year, the Bryant Animal Shelter participates in "Home for the Holidays," a nationwide Pet Adoption Program hosted by the Helen Woodward Animal Center, a non-profit center based in San Diego, and Iams Pet Food.