Pet of the Week And Special for June!?

Pet of the Week: Mia

mia-in-sancutaryThis week’s pet is very special because she has been with us for months since she had babies. They all contracted an upper respiratory infection and were treated by Dr. Barr at Freeport Pet Clinic until they recovered. Mia is such a beautiiful, loving cat. She is definitely looking for a family that will let her be the only cat because she isn’t fond of other cats, and dogs aren’t her favorite animals. She is still mommy to all the babies in our sanctuary and is waiting for her forever family to take her home. She is already spayed and up-to-date on shots and ready to go home!

June is Adopt-A-Shelter Cat Month and we have a special offer. You can adopt a cat or kitten this month for $25.00 and a donation of cat litter. They have been completely vetted and will come with 1st and possibly 2nd shots, feline leukemia test, dewormed, spay/neuter certificate and rabies certificate.  It cost us much more to vet them, but we want to adopt our cats and kittens this month and join in helping more shelter cats find homes.

Friends of Bay County Animal Rescue is here to help the community and we would love for you to visit our site and call us or email if you have any questions about any of our pets. We also have a food bank for pets called Kritter Kupboard if you need temporary help with dog or cat food due to finances, as well as a low-cost spay/neuter program.

Pet of The Week – Friends of Bay County Animal Rescue

smudge-2This week’s pet of the week is Smudge, an fun-loving Terrier mix.

Smudge was a tiny girl to start and has grown into an adorable little fuzzy faced Terrier Mix who just wants lots of love and has high energy.  She is very sweet and loves to sit with you, but is also rambunctious and full of spirit and very playful.  Smudge will snack on raw carrots and play with her toys, and will also wait until she is let outside to use the potty.

She would love a forever home that had a fenced yard and lots of room for her to run and play, and where her family would spend time with her.

You may see more about her at

Pet of The Week – Friends of Bay County Animal Control

052609_pet_callieThis week’s pet of the week is Callie, a multi-colored young cat in need of a great home.

Callie was very surprising when she first came to us in foster care. She was very shy and scared, but quickly became accustomed to her new home and became best friends with Miss Prissy. She enjoys being indoors and in the company of her family. Callie is looking for a forever home that will love her and treat her like a queen.
We estimate her to be 1 year of age, and Callie is spayed and up-to-date on her vaccinations.   You may see more about her at

Pet of The Week – Friends of Bay County Animal Control

050709_molly_1Working with The Friends of Bay County Animal Control, we’ve started a new feature called the Pet of the Week.  Each week, we’ll feature a pet that is up for adoption, whether she be a soft, furry cat that will try and climb your curtains or play with yarn or a puppy with big brown eyes, be on the look out for the perfect pet for you.

050709_molly_21This week’s pet is named Mali (pronounced Molly).  Mali is a lap kitty who loves long talks and long petting too.  She loves to play and often entertains herself with adorable antics.  She is a small, green-eyed female who loves attention and is very sweet.  Mali has been in foster care and is estimated to be about 1 year of age.

If you are interested in making Mali part of your family, please call 850-303-1083 or email