Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for November 15, 2021

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for November 15, 2021

Juli 7709 is a young female mixed breed puppy who is available for adoption from PAWS Humane in Columbus, GA.

Caramel 8498 is a young female mixed breed dog who is available for adoption from PAWS Humane in Columbus, GA.

Hello! I’m Caramel, and I’m as sweet as my name! I love people, cuddling, and exploring. I’m playful too, I have lots of energy so maybe I could go on adventures with you! I’m originally from Animal Control, but Paws brought me here to help me find my forever home. I can’t wait to meet you and maybe join your family!

Jinx 9385 is a large male mixed breed dog who is available for adoption from PAWS Humane in Columbus, GA.

Hey everyone! I’m Jinx, a wonderful, sweet boy with a heart of gold. I’m from Animal Control originally but I’m happy to be at Paws to wait for my forever family. I can seem shy at first, but I promise I just want lots and lots of love! I also have a bunch of energy and like to run around and have a good time with people and other dogs! And bonus: I walk well on a leash and harness. I know I’ll make an excellent family dog for someone, maybe it’s you!

PAWS Humane Society in Columbus collected more than 40,000 pounds of pet food it will distribute to local pet owners, according to WTVM.

CEO of Paws Humane Society Tricia Montgomery says they received 40,000 pounds of animal food to give out to people in the community.

The animal pantry had different types of animal foods from cats all the way to horses. They also gave away animal supplies such as dog crates, toys, and gates.

Montgomery says they typically serve more than 300 families in the community. She says a big reason the food pantry exists is because people sometimes abandon or surrender their animals because they can’t afford to feed them.

“Whether that’s providing food, or litter, or crates, or anything that helps them lessen the cost and lessen their own ability to put out their own money, we want to be able to do that,” Montgomery explained. “Our goal is to keep pets in the home. Our goal is not to have animals come in and out of the shelter.”

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