Cary is a 5-year-old, black and tan, male Yorkshire Terrier mix. There isn’t very much information about him since he was left at the shelter’s “night drop.” His caretakers say Cary is a sweet little boy and feel he will make a wonderful companion. Cary will need to be neutered before going to his new loving forever home. His Intake number is 291929, and his Reference Picture number is 7071.
Mollyanna is a 2-year-old, brindle, female Terrier. She is friendly and would make a terrific furry friend. According to her caretakers, Mollyanna is a super little dog with lots of personality. She is even already spayed and ready for her new forever home. Mollyanna’s Intake number is 293145, and her Reference Picture number is 7661.
Cory is a 4-year-old, black and white, male Domestic Short Hair. He is friendly and laid back with great expressions! His Caretakers say Cory would make a special addition to any family. He will need to be neutered before going to his loving forever home. Cory’s adoption fee is only $5 (excluding neutering fees) and includes a microchip, vet check and basic vaccines (except rabies). Cory’s Intake number is 291656, and his Reference Picture number is 6982.
- All dog and cat adoption fees include a microchip, basic shelter vaccines (excluding rabies) and a free veterinarian check-up.
- Winter special: All cats, kittens, Chihuahuas and pitbulls are only $5 to adopt! (Spaying/neutering fees, if applicable, are additional.)
To adopt any of these pets, contact Animal Friends of the Valleys at 674-0618. The shelter is located at 33751 Mission Trail in Wildomar. Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It offers animals for adoption as well as providing animal control and spay/neuter services.
- AFV has a spay and neuter clinic and also offers vaccinations and microchip implants at the old shelter location, 29001 Bastron Ave. in Lake Elsinore. It is open Mondays and Thursdays only. For an appointment, call 951-674-7729 (SPAY) or 951-374-3491.
- Residents can help save animals that would otherwise be put down by providing temporary housing. Information regarding the foster program, low-cost vaccination clinics, and more can be found at animalfriendsofthevalleys.com or call 951-471-8344.
- AFV is asking for help with their care of homeless cats by purchasing Tidy Cats litter (clumping or non-clumping) and/or Friskies Pate Classic canned food. “With so many cats and kittens being cared for at this time our supply is low,” says AFV caretakers.
Those interested can visit animalfriendsofthevalleys.com to view available animals, for more information or to make a gift that can be designated for litter or canned wet food with a personal note in the section provided. Also, please “Like” them on Facebook.
AFV wishes to thank everyone for their help with supporting the homeless.