Buddy's Pets of The Week

“Welcome! Here are a few of my animal friends—Buddy's Pets of the Week.

*Adopted Pets such as these are spayed and neutered, micro-chipped, given a set of vaccinations, and a flea treatment is applied. The availability of animals may change at any time. Please contact SEAACA with any questions.

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Thanks for helping my friends on their way to forever homes!!!”

Maribell (ID# 17-17340)

SEAACA’s Pet of the Week is, “Maribell”, (ID # 17-17340). “Maribell” is a sweet, female, tan and white adult, Chihuahua Mix. She is eager to please and would make a great lap dog. When “Maribell” arrived at the Care Center she was shy and nervous.

The staff and volunteers have been working with “Maribell”. She is now confident and loves attention. She is looking for someone to give her a lot of attention in a new, forever home.

“Maribell” is being cared for at SEAACA located at 9777 Seaaca St. in Downey. If you would like to see her, please visit the Care Center from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Tuesday – Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Animal availability is subject to change without notice. There are other wonderful pets looking for homes as well.

*Animal availability is subject to change without notice. For information call 562-803-3301 or visit www.seaaca.org.

Logan (ID # 17-16001)

SEAACA’s Pet of the Week is, “Logan” (ID # 17-16001). He is a 1 year old, neutered, male, orange/white Domestic Short Hair cat. He is full of “purr-sonality” and is eager to please. Since Logan is a year old, he is full of energy and loves attention. “Logan” has been having a blast interacting with other available cats at SEAACA’s Care Center. If you are looking to adopt, this cat may be “purr-fect” for you and your family.

“Logan” is being cared for at SEAACA located at 9777 Seaaca St. in Downey. If you would like to see him, please visit the Care Center from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Tuesday – Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

*Animal availability is subject to change without notice. For information call 562-803-3301 or visit www.seaaca.org.