ID# A1821817 – Pinkerton is a 2 year-old, Lynx Point, Domestic Shorthair mix. Pinkerton is a cool cat! He is laid back, a social guy and loves to hang out with frienduds. He enjoys a good chat, alone or with others. He does have a low play drive, because toys are not as interesting as exploring and taking time out of the day to have a chatty conversation. Pinkerton is currently hanging out at the Eastside shelter and awaiting to meet a forever friend. Sign up on the virtual line.
ID# A1807956 – Mia is a 6 year old, Brindle Mastiff mix. A word that is often used to describe Mia is SWEET! She is a very friendly and affectionate girl, with lots of love to give. Her favorite thing to do is run around in the playyard and after exploring a bit, she will come around asking for treats and attention. Mia is housebroken and when she is ready to settle for pets, she is nice and mellow. To meet this sweet girl, go to the Westside shelter for an introduction by signing up to the virtual line.
Albuquerque Animal Welfare News:
All shelter locations will conduct animal viewing and adoptions through a first come, first serve basis. This will be accomplished by signing up for a virtual line. To view and/or adopt pets, simply arrive at either of the open locations.
Everyday Adoption Center, 350 Eubank NE; 10 to 5, closed Mondays
Eastside Adoption Center, 8920 Lomas Blvd NE; 10:30 to 6, closed Monday and Wednesday is set aside for high risk individuals
Westside Adoption Center, 11800 Sunset Gardens SW; 10:30 to 6, closed Mondays
When it is your turn, you will be contacted and advised to enter. You will have no more than 45 minutes in which to meet a maximum of three pets and process the adoption paperwork.
Lucky Paws at Coronado Mall continues to remain closed
AWD will continue with its mission to save animal lives and also comply with social distancing recommendations.