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Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes are available at area animal shelters and shelters, along with opportunities to help homeless animals through foster programs, donations and helping with fundraisers and other family activities. Contact a rescue near you to find out more.

Montgomery County Animal Care and Control

Fluffy is a young male from the Pyrenees. Please be knowledgeable about this breed before adopting. They are LGD (Livestock Guardian Dogs) and take their job seriously. They need strict boundaries and a very strong leader who will follow their training. Fluffy will be a large dog (sometimes over 120 pounds or more) and is up to date on vaccinations and will be neutered before leaving the shelter. For more details, MCACC will be happy to answer your questions.

Cart is a sweet and young domestic short-haired female cat. She is fully vetted, updated on plans, litter trained and will be neutered before leaving the shelter. Dolly looks like a Scottish Fold breed (where the ears are folded back and facing forward), but it’s not. His ears look like an old ear problem. She is very loving and is looking for her forever family. Find them both at Montgomery County Animal Care and Control, 616 N. Spring St., 931-648-5750,

Finders Keepers Cat Rescue

Lisa “Left Eye” Lopaws is a medium sized female Domestic Shorthair. She has FIV and has a special diet due to tooth extraction, so wet food only. This pretty girl has lost sight in her left eye (hence her nickname) but that hasn’t slowed her down. Lisa is fully screened, updated, microchipped, litter trained and neutered. She loves attention, is gentle and affectionate. She prefers a quiet home, either as a single cat or with a discreet buddy. She can be found through Finders Keepers Cat Rescue, message them on FB or Or email -mail to finderskeeperscatrescue@gmail. com.

Stewart County Cat Adoption Team (CATS)

Grey sky is an adorable young Tabby female. She is fully vaccinated, wormed, flea/tick free, neutered and litter trained. She is energetic, loves people and will make a wonderful companion. Gray Skye can be found through the Cats Adoption Team (CATS)

Contact Susan @ 931-305-8212 by text or leave a message or message through their FaceBook page,

Faithful Friends of Stewart County Animal Rescue

Dragon is looking for his forever family. He is a young Pit Bull mix. This dynamo ball of energy needs a strong leader who will continue his training and be able to give structure to this amazing boy. He is fully vetted, plans updated, house trained and neutered. He loves people, but must be the only dog ​​in the house and NO cats please. Drako would like an active family; hiking, jogging and swimming will be great outlets for his energy. He will need a fenced yard to run and play.

Come meet Drako through Stewart County Faithful Friends Animal Rescue, 931-627-1459,

Companion Pet Rescue of Middle Tennessee

Copper is a mixed race adult male and such a fun and active guy. He is fully vetted, plans updated, house trained and neutered. He does well with canine-savvy cats, as well as ducks and chickens. He loves other dogs, but his excitable energy level can be high for many dogs, so he must be the only dog ​​or have a very calm and steady dog ​​companion. Copper has stranger anxiety and is not yet a fan of huge crowds, so a safe, quiet place in the house where he can go when lots of people are around would be perfect. He is slowly learning to readjust from his previous life and just needs a family willing to help him on his rehab journey.

Copper can be found through Companion Pet Rescue of Middle Tennessee, 615-260-8473, or

Caring dog rescue by two ladies

freya is a very sweet 8 year old Labrador mix. She is a big girl weighing 65 lbs and she is fully checked, her health clean and her plans updated. Freya is spayed, microchipped and negative for heartworm. She is house and crate trained and does well with children and loves people. She gets along well with other dogs as long as there is no food, so she would be happiest as the only pet in the home.

For more details and information, you can find her through Two Ladies Caring Dog Rescue, 931-217-1587,

Sagley Biker Bully Farm

Stormy is a cute 6 month old male Corgi/Dachshund/Possible Pit mix. It’s quite the combination, but this nice boy is low to the ground and more aligned with the Corgi/Doxie and will be a smaller size. He had the first round of shots, was wormed and is just the calmest pup. He loves everyone! Remember that puppies are very active and will always need a home with boundaries, consistent training as they grow, and lots of activities to help release that energy!

To meet this adorable guy, please contact Lisa at Sagley’s Biker Bully Farm, (785) 207-5641 or

Puurrrfect Paws Rescue & Cat Cafe

Sasha is a sweet “10 year old” male cat with the most beautiful coloring. He is fully vetted, neutered and litter trained. He is quite independent and minds his own business. He likes scratches on his chin and ears, but doesn’t like being touched anywhere else. He would do best in a home with adults and other independent cats. He likes to lay in the sun and is very vocal in attracting attention, but otherwise he is quite calm. PPR&C also has a wonderful Cat Cafe in town.

To arrange a meet and greet and for more information about him, please go to or message them through their FB page, Puurrrfect Paws Rescue & Cafe.

Hot Rod’s Garage Senior Sanctuary

Windy is a beautiful young (approximately under 2 years old) female White Shepherd/Husky mix with amazing blue eyes. It is fully checked, the plans updated and sterilized. Windy is house trained, loves to play and should be the only pet in the house. Windy is currently in training for basic commands and to build her confidence, so it is important to continue her training. She is loving and very energetic and needs a home/family that will provide structure and outlets for her energy. She will make a wonderful hiking or running companion.

Come and arrange a meeting with her! Call 931-801-1907 or email

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