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Greenwich Animal Control Pets of the Week

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Sadie

Sadie

sadie

Sadie

Here is Sadie’s story from Suzanne Carlin, the Greenwich Animal Control Officer.

Sadie (later named at the shelter) was reported, following a lady and her dog  one autumn afternoon.

The woman said that she saw a dog wondering around back country, while she was out walking her own dog.  She said she thought it was strange that there wasn’t anyone accompanying this dog, that the white and brindle Pit bull seemed very friendly and was initiating play with her dog and that the Pit Bull just followed them home.

Animal Control was contacted at that time and we responded to her home and observed a young happy, friendly female pit bull excited to see us, and excited just to be around people and have the attention.

Sadie had no visible collar or tags and no microchip was found.

Animal Control noticed that Sadie was recently spayed, as she still had sutures sticking out of her belly.  She jumped into the police truck and came back to the shelter. The Animal control staff hoped that her owner would come for shortly.

Unfortunately, for some dogs this doesn’t happen quickly or sometimes (in Sadie’s case) never and now she waits and hopes for someone to come and adopt her, to make her part of their family.

Sadie is a 1-year-old spayed female pit bull mix. She is fun, love and laughter rolled into one. She is very lovely, with a soft brindle and white coat. Sadie is really friendly and sweet and is active and energetic too. She also love to play with squeaky toys.  Sadie, along with other cats and dogs, are available for adoption at Greenwich Animal Control, 292 North St. Facility hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The number is 203-622-8299.  Call ahead first.

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spencer

spencer

Spencer is a domestic short-haired orange Tabby, 4 or 5 -years-old and is very sweet to people and cats.  Spencer is still a little shy of new people but he has come a long way from when he came to the shelter.  Spencer, along with other cats and dogs, are available for adoption at Greenwich Animal Control, 292 North St. Facility hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The number is 203-622-8299.  Call ahead first.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Helen Neafsey

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