- Cullman, Alabama

March 8, 2014

Pets of the week: Masago is a stray looking for his family; Bullet and Rowdy need forever homes

Cullman County Animal Shelter

CULLMAN — My name is Masago, left, and I am a stray at the Cullman County Animal Shelter. I am about 2 years old and currently weighs 37 lbs. I am hoping that my family comes to claim me soon but if not, I will be up for adoption on Tuesday, March 11 at 10:30 am. If you are interested in me, please call or come by to add your name to my waitlist or if you know my owner, please send them to the shelter.

My name is Bullet, center. I am a beautiful pit bull who is about 2 years old. I currently weigh 52.6 lbs and I am ready to find my new home. Shelter employees named me Bullet because even though someone shot me, I did not let that keep me down. I did very well through all my medical procedures and I am healing up quite nicely. Although I have every reason to distrust people, I am very friendly.

My name is Rowdy, right. I am about 6 months old and I currently weigh about 43 lbs. I am believed to be a German Shepherd mix. I can’t wait to find my new forever home. I have been at the shelter since January 30, so I am more than ready to have a yard instead of a kennel to play in.

Cullman County Animal 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, a welcome pack, toys, bag of treats, free 45 day health insurance plan and free bag of food from our local Pet Depot (you pay the taxes).

The shelter’s foster pet program is currently in need of supplies. Donations can be dropped off on Saturdays at Pet Depot between 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. To see all of the dogs and cats at the shelter and in the foster program, please 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