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Adoptable pets of the week: Indigo and Max 

– This week’s edition of North County Adoptable Pets of the Week features Indigo and Max.

The featured dog of the week is Indigo from Second Chance at Love, a dog rescue and sanctuary in Templeton that takes in abandoned, neglected, abused or abandoned dogs.

At only 11 months old this energetic pit mix was saved from a high kill shelter in Los Angeles in his eleventh hour.Indigo second chance at love

Indigo is a happy, healthy, handsome boy ready for just about anything. He is a fast learner and is doing extremely well with his training, according to Second Chance.

He is full of personality and it shows through his “flying nun” ears. There’s never a dull moment when Indigo is around. Walking with the pack is one of his favorite things to do as is playing with his new friends. Indigo loves everything and everyone and would make the perfect family dog.

For information about adopting Indigo, visit the website or call (805) 434-3982.

The featured cat this week is Max from the North County Humane Society, a no-kill cat shelter and adoption center in Atascadero.

Max is aptly named. This handsome one-year-old guy packs the “maximum” amount of fun, fuzz and friendliness into a medium size cat. Max is a long-haired brown tabby with a fluffy white face, chest and belly, and he has the look of a Maine Coon. Most of all, Max is a real sweetie. He likes to be held, and he will climb up on a shoulder and nuzzle against your neck.

Max arrived at NCHS when his former owners moved from SLO to Los Angeles and could not take him, and he has been at NCHS about three months. He would very much like to find a new family to take him home. He’s been both indoor and outdoor, and gets along well with kids and other cats. Max has been neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped, and he is ready to join the right household today.MaxCat

Available cats and kittens can be seen on the website at www.slonchs.org.  Potential pet parents are also encouraged to stop by and visit with the cats to find the right one for their family.

The North County Humane Society is located just off of Highway 101 by the Del Rio Road exit at 2300 Ramona Rd. in Atascadero. They are open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Complete information is listed on the website, or call NCHS at (805) 466-5403.

 

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