Amazon and Astro came to the Cullman County Animal Shelter together as strays. They are definitely missing their family but they are ready for a new forever home. Amazon is a male Husky weighing about 36 lbs. and Astro a female Husky weighing about 39 lbs. They are about 4 years old. If you know who their family is, please call the shelter or call their family to come get them. If they do not get claimed, they hope to find a new forever home. These dogs were picked up at the same location and shelter employees believe they have been together for a long time. They would love to see them adopted together but are willing to separate. Their adoption fee is only $90 each and that covers all vaccines, microchip, spay or neuter, some freebies, general exam at the vet and more. If you are interested in adopting either of these incredible dogs or for more info, please call the Cullman Animal Shelter 256-734-5448. Shelter adoption hours are 9 – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the shelter. Off site adoptions are at Pet Depot and Tractor Supply every Saturday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Cats are for adoption all the time at Pet Depot. Adoption fee is $90 for dogs/puppies and $65 for cats/kittens. This fee includes: Dogs: DA2PP, Bordetella, Strongid, General exam at the Vet, Rabies, Micro-chip and the Spay/Neuter. Cats: Fel-O-Vax IV + Calici, Strongid, General exam at the Vet, Rabies, Micro-chip and the Spay/Neuter. The shelter’s foster pet program is currently in need of supplies. Donations can be dropped off on Saturdays at Pet Depot and Tractor Supply between 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. To see all of the dogs and cats at the shelter and in the foster program, please visit: www.cullmananimalshelter.petfinder.com. The shelter’s foster pets program is currently in need of volunteers who would be able to transport animals to and from vet appointments. Call 256-734-5448 if able to volunteer.Contact the shelter online at email@example.com.
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