These litters all came from Thompson Springs. There are close to thirty stray cats in one area (their owner passed away) and there have been five litters born so far! HSMV is helping residents to catch and spay/neuter the adults and we are working hard to find good loving homes for the kittens.
The White Litter: At 14 weeks old, these kittens are well socialized, litter box trained and ready for their new homes! There are three females and one of them has a stubbed tail.
The Calico Litter – There are two brown tabbys left from this 12 week old litter!
This beautiful boy is one of the biggest cats we have ever had at the Moab City Shelter!
Weighing in at 17 pounds – Mega is one long tall drink of purr-fection. He loves to role over and be worshiped by the volunteers and spends his days lounging at the shelter. Mega is an indoor/outdoor cat and litter-box trained. He’s always climbing tall cabinets and window gazes for birds!
Meet Rex – This big Golden Lab is a happy, go-lucky guy. He is fully house-trained and great with kids. He is also good with cats, birds and other dogs. If you are looking for a pet that will settle right in easily and joyfully – Come up to the Moab City Shelter to meet Rex or call 435-259-0199.
Sammy is a sweet, well-trained 12 year old Black Lab. Her owner passed away and we are searching for a new home for her.
Sammy is healthy and happy for her age. She knows how to use the doggie door and does not require much exercise.
Sammy does want to be the only pet, she would prefer not to share her owner with other pets but she loves all people and bonds quickly. If you can provide this old gal with a loving home – please call 435-259-4862.
A ten year old Silkie, Harley only weighs 10 pounds. He was in a home with a doggie door for all of those ten years and was a much loved companion. Harley is now in a foster home and doing very well. He loves playing with his foster brother Freeway and greets human guests at the door with a toy in his mouth. Harley is also good with cats (he couldn’t care less about them!) and would make an excellent snuggler!
He enjoys photo-bombing the other shelter dogs, visiting the dog park and smiles ever time he sees the camera.
Hi – my new name is Frita and I am a one year old Terrier mix. I am hanging out with my friend Rosie the lab. I was found at the intersection of 191 and 113 – apparently playing on the highway is a bad idea!
I was wearing a purple collar but no tags and am now up for adoption. I have learned lots at the Moab City Shelter and am always eager to please. I enjoy leash walks, playing with other dogs and am getting quite good at not jumping up on people.
If you would like to meet me – call Janette at 435-259-0199.