Pet of the Week: Dina

MEDFORD, Ore. — Dina is about 6 months old and has a sister, Katie. She’s energetic and lovable. Dina is grey and white, which means she’ll be free to adopt anytime, unlike black cats, who won’t be up for adoption until after Halloween. Like many animal shelters, C.A.T.S. has a moratorium on adopting black cats … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Tomas

MEDFORD, Ore. – Overcrowding at all three Jackson County Animal Shelters is leaving them with more than 400 cats and kittens. So, for the first time in the history of the shelters, they’re giving out adult cats for free – adult cats like Tomas, who is 5-years-old and very lovable. Jackson County Animal Control, Southern … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Nick

MEDFORD, Ore. — Nick is about a year old and kind of a big fella. He’s very calm and lovable. C.A.T.S. would like to remind the public that October is “Tom & Mom” Month, in which pet owners take their “toms” and “moms” in to the vet to be spayed and neutered. A certificate is … Continue reading »

Pets of the Week: Alana and Teddy

MEDFORD, Ore. — Friends of the Animal Shelter and Jackson County Umpqua Bank branches are again teaming up for Coins For Kitties, a fundraising drive. Throughout the month of September, Coins For Kitties offers a convenient and tax deductible way to donate spare change to a great cause just by dropping by an Umpqua Bank … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Maggie

Maggie is a Jack Russel Terrier and Chihuahua mix. She’s an older dog, but attentive and walks well on a leash. The Jackson County Animal Shelter would like for people to consider adopting an older dog as opposed to a new puppy. For starters, the shelter offers a discount for adoption, and older dogs are … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Darcy the Doxie

Darcy is a small black Doxie who is about 3 to 5 years old and has a very sweet deposition. She came to the animal shelter as a stray and the animal shelter officials believe she may have had a litter recently. Doxies in general can be very loyal and fun to play with. Don’t … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Noodles

Noodles is a sweet little grey tabby kitten and he’s bout 3 months old. C.A.T.S. would like to remind pet owners to be aware of pet safety during the back-to-school season. During the morning hours, it’s best to keep your pets inside, so they do not bother students on their way to school or follow … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Skippy

Skippy is a little kitten who is very calm and looking for a place to call home. He’s active, but isn’t too hyper like many little kittens his age. Technically, he’s a tabby, though his speckled look could classify him as an Abyssinian. For more information on how to adopt Skippy, consult the information below: … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Scotty

Jackson County Animal Shelter 5595 South Pacific Highway 541-774-6654 Mon- Fri: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sat – Sun: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Pet of the Week: Griffen and Baxley

Baxley and Griffen are two, 4-month-old kittens out of a litter of four. C.A.T.S. is currently overloaded with black cats (black is a predominant color with cats) and are offering a discount to adopt black cats. For more information, contact C.A.T.S: C.A.T.S Committed Alliance To Strays 104 N. Ross Lane Medford, OR, 97501 541-779-2916 Thurs … Continue reading »

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