East Bay pets of the week for May 3

Meet Dolphin! This super-duper, handsome 4-month-old pup is ready to show off his adorable personality! Although a bit timid at first, Dolphin warms up quickly with treats and gentle pets. He loves snuggles and playtime to work off his youngster energy! A primarily calm home and a dash of patience will be the perfect match for this cutie. If you’re ready for a sidekick to bring joy into your life, Dolphin is the one for you! Visit the website of the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society at berkeleyhumane.org to learn more and schedule a meeting with me.

— Berkeley Humane

One-year-old cuddle bug Lola is easy to love and looking for a home! This wiggly girl has cataplexy, similar to narcolepsy, which gives her occasional spells of muscle weakness.

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It only adds to this girl’s character and does not detract from her charm. Lola has blossomed on hikes with our field-trip volunteers, and would thrive in a home where she can wiggle and run to her heart’s desire. Come visit her at our Dublin adoption center! 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

Ten-year-old George arrived at Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter terribly neglected, skin and bones, with much of his hair missing. He was taken in by a foster who has put the wag back in his little tail and given him a new lease on life. George loves being on laps or being wrapped up in loving arms, is mostly housebroken, gets along well with other dogs and enjoys sleeping in the sunshine and walking — especially on grass. To meet this pet at FAAS, call 510-337-8565 or visit alamedaanimalshelter.org/adopt.


Jackson is a resilient and positive cat who has bounced back from a time spent as an abandoned pet begging for food and avoiding street fights. His temporary foster mom will be moving soon and we are looking for his forever person. Email Lori at whisker2love@gmail.com to meet our sweet boy. 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

Hannah is not only beautiful, she’s also smart and affectionate, loves pets and playing with toys. Like most young kitties she’s playful and active one minute and enjoying a nap the next. Hannah’s cat friendly and would love to have a home with either her sibling Honey or another friendly cat. 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

I’m Snuffy, a 3-month-old boy cat and I love everybody. I can play with cats, dogs, kids and toys — lots of toys. I have some sisters and a brother too in case your interested. We are all sweet and like to cuddle with our foster. Living in a house is so much better than under a bush. For more information about Snuffy or any other adoptable pets with the Contra Costa SPCA, call Pat at 925-323-0667.


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