East Bay pets of the week for June 14

What is black and white and sweet all over? That would be me, Juliana! I may be a bit shy at first, but I warm up quickly and can’t wait to shower you with love. Once I’m comfortable, I enjoy playing with interactive toys, exploring a cat tree, lounging in sunny spots and snuggling with you. I’ll thrive in a quiet home, though cat-savvy little kids are OK! Visit the website of the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society at berkeleyhumane.org to learn more and schedule a meeting with me.

— Berkeley Humane

Tinker Bell is a big bundle of energy and love. This 1-year-old Cane Corso mix was quite shy when she first came to our shelter, but has since made a ton of friends with her big soulful eyes and slobbery smile.

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Tinker Bell loves to be silly and any chance to move her long legs! This young put can be a little much for kids and other dogs, so she’d prefer to be the only baby in your life. Which means more kisses and cuddle time for you! The East Bay SPCA offers walk-in adoptions at its Oakland and Dublin campuses from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. For updated and real-time information on programs and offerings, visit eastbayspca.org/adoptions.

— East Bay SPCA

Buster Brown is a smile with a truly wonderful dog attached. Despite being at our shelter for more than a year, he still exudes happiness and gratitude any time he gets attention. Buster Brown loves affection, and if you adopt him, you will have someone who is loyal, loving and doting. He’ll also make you smile as much as he smiles. It’s contagious! To meet this pet at Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter, call 510-337-8565 or visit alamedaanimalshelter.org/adopt.


Luna is a goddess in training. She has the dark beauty of a moon goddess with a playful and loving spirit. Our jewel will shine in your home day and night. To meet her, contact Angela at takeakittenhome@gmail.com. Community Concern for Cats now holds weekend adoption events at Pet Food Express stores in Walnut Creek and Martinez along with our regular location at 1250-H Newell Ave. in Walnut Creek. Visit communityconcernforcats.org for more information.

— CC4C

Are you looking for gentle, quiet and calm energy in your life? Someone to help you wind down from the daily stresses? Look no further! Meet Lila, a beautiful sweet girl who’s looking for someone to love. Lila’s cat friendly but would be fine as your one-and-only furbaby. Contact the staff at Milo Point Richmond for assistance from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Tuesdays at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond. Our dedicated staff is on duty every day caring for our animals and have saved more than 39,000 lives in 28 years. For more details, visit milofoundation.org/contact-us.

— Milo Foundation

Hi, my name is Reba. I’m about 2 years old and I only weigh 5 pounds. Not skinny, just little. I love to chase the other foster cats and be chased too. I’ll play for hours with anything, toys of course but a toilet paper roll is one of my favorites. Everybody loves the way I purr when they rub my tummy. For more information about this or any other adoptable pets with the Contra Costa SPCA, call Pat at 925-323-0667.


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