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Cape Ann Animal Aid
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Facts about me

Breed
Australian Cattle Dog
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
Puppy
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 13 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
50471812

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Fettuccini, Penne and Spaghetti are the pasta litter, and they are as cute as can be. They came all the way from Texas to find their forever families. Based on their looks, we think they are likely American Blue Heeler mixes, and they are around 3 months old. They all seem like your typical friendly and playful young pups. If you have been looking to add a young dog to your family, maybe one of these guys is your perfect match!

visit the following section of our website if you are interested in adopting:
https://www.capeannanimalaid.org/adopt.html
Fettuccini, Penne and Spaghetti are the pasta litter, and they are as cute as can be. They came all the way from Texas to find their forever families. Based on their looks, we think they are likely American Blue Heeler mixes, and they are around 3 months old. They all seem like your typical friendly and playful young pups. If you have been looking to add a young dog to your family, maybe one of these guys is your perfect match!

visit the following section of our website if you are interested in adopting:
https://www.capeannanimalaid.org/adopt.html
Shelter

Cape Ann Animal Aid

Contact info
Pet ID
50471812
Contact
Address
Gloucester, MA 01930

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

WE HAVE MANY MORE DOGS AND CATS AVAILABLE. SEE A COMPLETE, UP TO DATE LISTING AT : www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.org To adopt one of our cats or dogs we ask that you come to the shelter during our operating hours or submit an application for a specific animal through our website :www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.org. If you are planning to visit or adopt in person, we ask that renters bring the name and contact number for their landlord. Home owners please bring proof of home ownership such as a mortgage statement, home owners insurance, property taxes etc. You can block out the financial amounts, we just need you name in conjunction with the property. If you have existing pets, we ask that you bring the name and number of your veterinarian. If you know the office will be closed please bring your pets' veterinary receipts to show that your current pets are up to date with routine care and vaccinations. Please be prepared to bring your entire family to meet any potential new pet as the animals may be more or less responsive to adults, women, men, and children. We want to ensure the pet is a good fit for the entire household. If you are planning to adopt a dog or puppy and already have a canine family member at home, they must meet prior to adoption. It is important to see that your present dog and the perspective pup get along before bringing them home. There is an adoption fee for each animal which helps offset some of the cost of care given to the animal prior to adoption. All of our animals are given a health exam by a licensed veterinarian, are spayed/neutered, and have received all age-appropriate vaccinations. All cats/kittens receive FIV/FeLv testing and dogs 6 months and older receive Heartworm/Lyme/E.canis testing. All adopted pets are micro-chipped and sent home with a small bag of food, cats are sent home with a cardboard carrier if needed. Dogs receive a collar and leash if needed. Adoption fees are as follows: DOGS Puppies under 12 months old: $500 Dogs 1 to 5 years old: $425 Dogs 6 years and older: $325 CATS Kittens under 12 months old: $275 Cats 1 to 5 years old: $175 2 Adult Cats: $300 Cats 6 years and older: $50(fee waived for adopters 65+) Before making the trip to visit, we strongly recommend checking our website for more complete information on adoption policies and procedures. Pets can be adopted quickly, and although we update the pet list on our website daily, a puppy or kitten you see on our website before you leave may be adopted by the time you arrive. To inquire about a pet's availability or for more information please visit or phone the shelter (978-283-6055). Because we are a busy place and because so many animals need our care and attention, adoptions are on a first come basis and no animal will be put on hold, we appreciate your understanding. For more information about the available pets, adoption requirements, or the adoption process, please visit our website: http://www.capeannanimalaid.org/adopt
WE HAVE MANY MORE DOGS AND CATS AVAILABLE. SEE A COMPLETE, UP TO DATE LISTING AT : www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.org To adopt one of our cats or dogs we ask that you come to the shelter during our operating hours or submit an application for a specific animal through our website :www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.org. If you are planning to visit or adopt in person, we ask that renters bring the name and contact number for their landlord. Home owners please bring proof of home ownership such as a mortgage statement, home owners insurance, property taxes etc. You can block out the financial amounts, we just need you name in conjunction with the property. If you have existing pets, we ask that you bring the name and number of your veterinarian. If you know the office will be closed please bring your pets' veterinary receipts to show that your current pets are up to date with routine care and vaccinations. Please be prepared to bring your entire family to meet any potential new pet as the animals may be more or less responsive to adults, women, men, and children. We want to ensure the pet is a good fit for the entire household. If you are planning to adopt a dog or puppy and already have a canine family member at home, they must meet prior to adoption. It is important to see that your present dog and the perspective pup get along before bringing them home. There is an adoption fee for each animal which helps offset some of the cost of care given to the animal prior to adoption. All of our animals are given a health exam by a licensed veterinarian, are spayed/neutered, and have received all age-appropriate vaccinations. All cats/kittens receive FIV/FeLv testing and dogs 6 months and older receive Heartworm/Lyme/E.canis testing. All adopted pets are micro-chipped and sent home with a small bag of food, cats are sent home with a cardboard carrier if needed. Dogs receive a collar and leash if needed. Adoption fees are as follows: DOGS Puppies under 12 months old: $500 Dogs 1 to 5 years old: $425 Dogs 6 years and older: $325 CATS Kittens under 12 months old: $275 Cats 1 to 5 years old: $175 2 Adult Cats: $300 Cats 6 years and older: $50(fee waived for adopters 65+) Before making the trip to visit, we strongly recommend checking our website for more complete information on adoption policies and procedures. Pets can be adopted quickly, and although we update the pet list on our website daily, a puppy or kitten you see on our website before you leave may be adopted by the time you arrive. To inquire about a pet's availability or for more information please visit or phone the shelter (978-283-6055). Because we are a busy place and because so many animals need our care and attention, adoptions are on a first come basis and no animal will be put on hold, we appreciate your understanding. For more information about the available pets, adoption requirements, or the adoption process, please visit our website: http://www.capeannanimalaid.org/adopt

Go meet their pets

Cape Ann Animal Aid Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter 4 Paws Lane, Gloucester, MA 01930 978-283-6055 Open for visiting and adoptions: Sundays through Tuesdays from 1pm to 5pm Wednesdays by appointment only Thursdays through Saturday from 1pm to 5pm
Cape Ann Animal Aid Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter 4 Paws Lane, Gloucester, MA 01930 978-283-6055 Open for visiting and adoptions: Sundays through Tuesdays from 1pm to 5pm Wednesdays by appointment only Thursdays through Saturday from 1pm to 5pm

More about this shelter

The Cape Ann Animal Aid is a non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to facilitating appropriate placement of adoptable animals and to enhancing the lives of all companion animals by promoting respect and well being through education and outreach. For more information about Cape Ann Animal Aid, please visit our website: http://www.capeannanimalaid.org
The Cape Ann Animal Aid is a non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to facilitating appropriate placement of adoptable animals and to enhancing the lives of all companion animals by promoting respect and well being through education and outreach. For more information about Cape Ann Animal Aid, please visit our website: http://www.capeannanimalaid.org