TAKE ME HOME: Shelters, rescue groups seek forever homes for animals, Oct. 30

Nevada SPCA
I am a huge loverboy, fully 25 pounds, but I am a gentle giant. I like catnapping in chairs and chatting with you while you do household chores. My name is Valentino, and I am a seal point Siamese, neutered and about 10 years old. I need someone to give my love and devotion to for the rest of my life. Please adopt me.
The Nevada SPCA is a no-kill animal sanctuary at 4800 W. Dewey Drive, Las Vegas. For more information, visit nevadaspca.org or call 702-873-7722.

The Animal Foundation
My name is Rocky (ID No. A678019), and I’m a 2-year-old unaltered male Pomeranian mix. I’ve been waiting at the shelter for my forever home since Oct. 13. I have a deformed front leg, but I manage well. I love to walk around and enjoy life. I’m friendly with strangers, children and other dogs. Please come and visit me today.
Adoption hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily at 655 N. Mojave Road, Las Vegas. For more information, visit animalfoundation.com or email adoptions@

Gladys and Gertrude
Happy Home Animal Sanctuary
We’re Gladys and Gertrude. We’re 6 months old and have feline leukemia. This will shorten our lifespan. While we are happy and healthy, we would love to have someone who has a heart as big as Texas to take us into their home and give us lots of love, attention and plenty to eat. We are little lovers; you can’t even tell we’re sick.
For more information, call 702-203-4134 or visit happyhomeanimalsanctuary.org.

Golden Retriever Rescue of Southern Nevada
My name is Jake, and I’m a really nice senior citizen. My family had to move out of state, and they did not have enough room for me in the car. My foster family says that I’m a fabulous house guest. I like short walks, I really enjoy other dogs, and I’m OK with cats. I’m a very loyal boy. I’m housebroken. I’ve never had a dog door, but I can learn.
For more information, contact the Golden Retriever Rescue of Southern Nevada at 702-598-4653 or visit grrsn.org.


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