This week’s adoptable pets are Sheba and Lilo

  • Thursday, December 28, 2017 1:30pm
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Sheba and Lilo are this week’s adoptable pets.

For adoption through PAWS:

Sheba is a 2-year-old sleek all-black female who came to PAWS from Ocean Shores where she would up an unclaimed stray.

She is very sweet. Sheba loves ear and chin runs and being brushed.

She has been OK with cats she’s met while with PAWS.

Meet Sheba and several others at the PAWS Pleasant Beach adoption center, open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

For adoption through Kitsap Humane Society:

Meet Lilo! She is a super sweet Whippet mix who will steal your heart.

She is very affectionate and greets just about everyone with a happy smile and wagging little tail. She loves to snuggle, and will be your couch cuddle companion on rainy days. She loves attention and will be up in your lap and eager for kisses if you let her.

Lilo can be nervous and scared by loud noises and new places, so is looking for a home in a quiet area without too much traffic or noise so she can feel comfortable and safe going out for potty and play time.

She is good on the leash, but can be timid sometimes. She can be “talkative” when she wants something and is very smart.

Lilo is still working on house training and crate training and would love a patient, dedicated home to keep up her training and schedule.

Lilo’s ideal family has a house (no apartments) with a fenced yard and no kitties.

If you’re looking for a happy, go-lucky little lady, look no further! Meet Lilo and other adoptable pets at Kitsap Humane Society,

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