If you or someone you know is interested in adopting this cat or a different type of cat, contacts the Committed Alliance to Strays (CATS). They can be reached at 541-779-2916 and are located at 104 N. Ross Lane in Medford. Their hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This Pet of the Week’s name is Daryl. He is an English-Coonhound mix and he’s about 7 years old. Friends of the Animal Shelter say he’s very sweet. If you’re interested in adopting Daryl or another animal from the Jackson County Animal Shelter, they’re located at 5595 South Pacific Highway in Phoenix. Their phone number … Continue reading »
Joey is a big cat and is described as a “gentle giant”. He’s about 6 years old and weighs about 17 pounds. He also has extra toes! If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Joey or a different type of cat, contact the Committed Alliance to Strays (CATS). They can be reached … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. — Lefty is 10 months old who is one of three kittens found under someone’s house. Lefty is quiet and shy, but he purrs quite a lot once he’s in a comfortable spot. Lefty is a black cat, and CATS often finds that it’s more difficult to get black cats like Lefty adopted … Continue reading »
This week’s Pet of the Week is a furry feline, Regina! Regina is a Tortoiseshell Cat and one of six kittens in her litter. She is about six months old with a beautiful black and orange coat! Regina has lots of energy and is very playful. She loves to be pet and is known for … Continue reading »
MEDFORD Ore, — This Friday’s Pet of the Week is Sheae! Sheae is a solid black kitten who loves to be around people! She has a very soft coat and loves to be pet! If you’re interested in Sheae you can contact C.A.T.S, the Committed Alliance to Strays located at 104 N. Ross Lane in … Continue reading »
JACKSONVILLE, Ore. – The Committed Alliance To Strays, or CATS, shelter will be closed while repairs are made to their building. Officials with the organization say they operate on a shoe string budget and many maintenance issues have piled up on their 190-year-old building and need to be fixed. The cats will continue to be … Continue reading »