The pet of the week at the Sitka Animal Shelter is a small adult female gray and white cat caught in a live trap and brought to the shelter on Tuesday morning after it was trapped from the 400 Arrowhead St area. She was very unhappy in the trap and in trying to get out of the trap she caused injury to her face along side her nose. The injuries are healing well and she is very loving and inquisitive. If the owner is not located, she will be put up for adoption. She is thought to be spayed.
A neutered male orange shorthaired tabby cat
A shy gray cat caught in a live trap at a trailer park on the 1600 block of HPR
A young adult neutered male gray and black tabby cat with white markings on his head that was caught in a live trap on Haven Lane early this month
Adoptions at the Sitka Animal Shelter are by appointment only by calling 747-3567. If no one is at the Sitka Animal Shelter when you call, leave a message and the Shelter Director or staff member will return your call to set up an appointment. You are welcome to make an appointment to view any animal. Please click here for more information on adoption procedures.
If you are missing an animal, please call the shelter to get the most current information on lost pets that have been turned in. All animals are held according to the Sitka Animal Shelter Holding Policy.
If you find a lost animal, there is a double rabbit hutch at the shelter to put small lost animals in when the shelter is closed. There is also a fenced kennel area to confine rescued lost dogs for their safety.
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened."
Sitka Animal Shelter: (907) firstname.lastname@example.org