East Bay pets of the week for Oct. 23

Hi, I’m Archie, a very affectionate boy that craves being near people. I have an adorable snort that I make when I get super-excited or if I’m pouting. Since I tire easily, I’m perfectly happy living in any size home as long as the environment is generally relaxed. To adopt me, visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about the new, no-contact adoption process at the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS).


Hi there! I’m Zeke, and I’m here to be your new sidekick. Like all sidekicks, I’m good company. I like attention, but I also like my solitude. I don’t go looking for trouble, but I’m no scaredy-cat either. With a little patience, I’ll be settled in and ready for all the cuddles. Celebrate Catopurrfest and adopt me. Through Nov. 1, cats like me have waived or reduced adoption fees. If you’re interested in adopting me or any other pet, email your completed application from eastbayspca.org/how-to-adopt to a[email protected] at the East Bay SPCA, Oakland (EBSPCA).


Hi, I’m Smokey, a beautiful 2-year-old male gray cat with a big heart. It’s so full of feeling, I get overwhelmed in new situations and need time alone to sort myself out. I will probably need to live under your bed, in your closet, or behind your drapes for a few days before I’m ready to come out and get to know you. Of course, I’m completely and unequivocally worth it! Just look at my adorable fluffy face! The sooner we get this adventure started, the sooner I can be in your arms. To meet me, visit the website of Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) at alamedaanimalshelter.org to fill out an application and see all of their adoptable animals; call FAAS at 510-337-8565 or email them at [email protected]. Adoptions are by appointment.


Obie and Newbie are 6-month-old brothers with pretty bushy tails and silky, medium-length coats. Obie is relaxed and confident and, when he stops running around and playing, he appreciates lots of petting and a good snuggle. Newbie is a bit shyer of new people but has more time in his busy schedule for laps and neck snuggles. They are used to other cats and dogs and would be fine around older children. For information about adopting them, email Judy at [email protected]. See more kittens and cats available from Community Concern for Cats by visiting our website, communityconcernforcats.org.

— CC4C

Spot, a beautiful combination of Cattle Dog and Great Dane. He is big, sweet and loves car rides. He’s passed his initial Milo cat test and may want a dog or cat friend to live with. He’ll love space to run and taking you for long walks. Milo Point Richmond’s dedicated staff at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond is on duty every day caring for our animals. Contact us for assistance from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day except Tuesdays and see more pets on our website at milofoundation.org. We’ve saved more than 35,000 lives in 25 years.

— Milo Foundation

Tucker is a 1-year-old boy with that typical black cat attitude. He is playful, talkative and a bit bossy. He gets along quite well with the other cats in his foster home and loves climbing on the cat tree. Toys are optional as far as he’s concerned. For a guy we took off the streets he’s adapted really well to being an indoor cat. For more information about Tucker or any other adoptable pets with the Contra Costa SPCA (CCSPCA), call Pat at 925-323-0667.


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