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    In the fun spirit of Halloween this week’s featured adoptable pets at Louisville
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    Metro Animal Services has many adoptable pets that have beautiful black gleaming coats and we are featuring them this week in the fun spirit of


    Meet this friendly young 7 month old fellow. He is a lab mix and weighs about 30 pounds, has a gorgeous shiny black coat. This guy gets along with other dogs. If you are looking for friend to keep you company and think this young pup would make a good companion for you have his Pet ID # A475158 ready when contacting us about him.

    This tiny male kitten is all black and pretty with his bright yellow eyes. He is very young and needs someone to give him some tender loving care. He is neutered and needs a loving home. If you think you are the one to take care of this little guy please have his Pet ID # A474649 when contacting us.

    We have another little female kitten that is also black and pretty. She also has those striking yellow eyes. This little girl is spayed and ready for someone to take care of her. Are you the one who can give this tiny girl the care she needs? If so please have her Pet ID # A475775 ready when contacting us.

    Here we have another young male black and shiny Labrador Retriever. Give this young guy his forever home and you will have a happy friend for life. If you think you can give him the forever home he needs please have his Pet ID # A477594 ready when contacting us about him.

    Meet Athos, he is another shiny, black, young male kitten. This little kitty loves to talk and play with you. He loves other cats and dogs, an out going sort of little fellow. Athos is neutered and up to date on all his shots. If you think this little character would make you a fun and entertaining companion then please have his Pet ID # A470079 ready when contacting us about him. He can be visited at the Out Loop Petsmart.

    Dixon is a young, neutered, one year old, male Lab mix who loves to play and play. If you have a house full of kids who need a playmate then this guy is for you. He loves to fetch his ball as you can see by his photo. Look at that beautiful shiny black coat and those pretty brown eyes. How could you resist playing with him? If you think you can give this young guy his forever home please have his Pet ID # A478230 ready when contacting us about him.

    We even have a young black female bunny rabbit to feature this week. Meet Harriet. She is a pretty young girl who needs some bunny love. Harriet is spayed and ready to be someone’s new friend. If you can give Miss Harriet her new home then have her Pet ID # A478126 ready when contacting us about her.

    Meet Scooter. He looks like a little black teddy bear. Scooter is a super cute male two and half year old Pomeranian/Pekingese mix. He is playful, loves people, and he is very good on the leash when walked. This little guy is neutered and ready for his new pal to take him home. If you think little Scooter is the guy for you then have his Pet ID # A477971 ready when contacting us about him.

    To see all the adoptable pets at Louisville Metro Animal Services go to their section on the Petfinder website here.

    For more information on this week’s featured pets contact Louisville Metro Animal Services at: 502-473-PETS (7387), or by email:

    For more information on adopting a pet go to the Metro Animal Services website here.

    Metro Animal Service’s Animal House Adoption Center is located at 3516 Newburg Rd., Louisville, KY 40218.

    Photos: Courtesy of Metro Animal Services, Louisville


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    About Sandy Dolan

    Owner of Cedar Ridge Farm which operates a children's horseback riding lesson program in Greenville, IN. I have been involved with equine welfare and rescue activities. We have successfully rehomed at risk horses and retrained off the track thoroughbred racehorses in new careers in hunter/jumper, eventing, dressage, and barrel racing disciplines.

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