Lake Norman & Mooresville

Adopt a pet

Tabitha was the cherished pet of a wonderful family until her loving mom got sick. Tabitha has all her belongings with me so her new owner won’t need to buy a thing. This 3-year-old, gorgeous torbie – tabby mixed with orange splashes – has been an only cat. She is gentle and loving, current on vaccines and spayed. The markings on Tabitha’s face are awesome and she is a beautiful young kitty. Come see Tabitha at the Adoption Center on Robinson Road. She is an awesome cat.
Tabitha was the cherished pet of a wonderful family until her loving mom got sick. Tabitha has all her belongings with me so her new owner won’t need to buy a thing. This 3-year-old, gorgeous torbie – tabby mixed with orange splashes – has been an only cat. She is gentle and loving, current on vaccines and spayed. The markings on Tabitha’s face are awesome and she is a beautiful young kitty. Come see Tabitha at the Adoption Center on Robinson Road. She is an awesome cat. Humane Society of Iredell

Many pets, primarily cats and dogs, are available for adoption through Humane Societies and rescues. Here are some in your region.

Learn more:

Humane Society Adoption Center, 110 Robinson Road (At N.C. 150 and Robinson Road near Big Daddy’s restaurant), Mooresville. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays. 704-663-3330. Visit www.iredellhumane.org to see animals available or to complete an adoption application.

Learn more:

To meet or adopt a pet, visit the Cornelius Animal Shelter. This shelter also needs active kennel attendants and administrative volunteers. If you are older than 18 and are interested, contact Cornelius Animal Control at 704-237-3602 or visit the shelter at 19110 Meridian St., Cornelius. www.corneliuspd.org.

Learn more:

The Humane Society of Charlotte, 2700 Toomey Ave., Charlotte. 704-377-0534. www.humanesocietyofcharlotte.org. Adoption hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily.

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