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Pets of the Week: May 12, 2021

POTW Web Boswell
Boswell -- City of Herrin Animal Control: (618) 988-1777
POTW Web Butterscotch
Butterscotch -- Jefferson County Animal Control: (618) 244-8024
POTW Web Stella
Stella -- Little Paws Rescue of Mt Vernon: (314) 494-4792
PTOW Web Cadbury
Cadbury -- Johnson County Illinois Animal Control: (618) 759-1989
POTW Web Frannie (1)
Humane Society of Southern Illinois: (618) 457-2362

CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- One animal in this edition of Pets of the Week is back on the list, along with four others up for adoption.

Boswell is a handsome dog with gorgeous eyes. Boswell is about a 1 to 1-and-a-half-year-old Husky mix surrendered to Animal Control. He is vaccinated and is heartworm positive. The sponsor for him with the organization BARC is $200. That covers heartworm treatment. If you would like to give him a chance, call the City of Herrin Animal Control.

Butterscotch is about 2-years-old and a sweet girl. She's been at Jefferson County Animal Control the longest and is hoping to find her forever home. For more on this precious cat, she is up for adoption at the shelter in Mt. Vernon.

Stella is or the second cat on the list. She is fully vetted and also has extra-toes. That means she is a Hemingway Polydactyl-mix. She's up for adoption at Little Paws Rescue of Mt. Vernon.

Don't we all need some extra Cadbury in our lives? You can meet this precious dog who is smooth and sweet and up for rescue. Cadbury is a 2-year-old male Lab mix who is good with dogs, kids, and everyone he meets. He's also energetic, playful, local, and follows basic commands. For more about him, contact Johnson County Illinois Animal Control.

Frannie is still looking for love. She is a 2-year-old female Pit Bull who weighs 35-pounds. She is about knee-high and full of fun. Frannie has more muscles on her legs than they've ever seen at the shelter. She is good with other dogs and hasn't shown any issues with cats. Frannie is up for adoption at the Humane Society of Southern Illinois in Murphysboro.

Evie Allen

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