Adopt a Pet Jan. 14

Photo by Fred Dray - There is no real fun or happy way to tell you how Bell became a resident of District Animal Control. The truth is this young adolescent, domestic short hair cat was found perched high in a tree on the grounds of an Orange cemetery. She was lost, cold and very hungry but she did not lose her spirit. Back at DAC, Bell has shown a loving, cuddly, affectionate personality with great lap cat potential. Calling her a mixed grey tabby does not do her justice, rather her large, golden eyes provide high contrast to her pewter and silver striped body. Bell would do well with a loving family with children any age. She would love to live with another young cat to play with as she enjoys other cats. Dogs are an unknown right now and should be viewed on an individual basis. Bell can play and get silly but is also attentive and a master at purring. Given the chance, we think she can keep up your Facebook and answer your e-mails. But she’s just a cat, maybe. Bell and other cats are available for adoption at the District Animal Control in Woodbridge. The shelter is located at 135 Bradley Road and can be reached by phone at 203 389-5991. Or visit online at www.petfinder/shelter/CT118.

Photo by Fred Dray - There is no real fun or happy way to tell you how Bell became a resident of District Animal Control. The truth is this young adolescent, domestic short hair cat was found perched high in a tree on the grounds of an Orange cemetery. She was lost, cold and very hungry but she did not lose her spirit. Back at DAC, Bell has shown a loving, cuddly, affectionate personality with great lap cat potential. Calling her a mixed grey tabby does not do her justice, rather her large, golden eyes provide high contrast to her pewter and silver striped body. Bell would do well with a loving family with children any age. She would love to live with another young cat to play with as she enjoys other cats. Dogs are an unknown right now and should be viewed on an individual basis. Bell can play and get silly but is also attentive and a master at purring. Given the chance, we think she can keep up your Facebook and answer your e-mails. But she’s just a cat, maybe. Bell and other cats are available for adoption at the District Animal Control in Woodbridge. The shelter is located at 135 Bradley Road and can be reached by phone at 203 389-5991. Or visit online at www.petfinder/shelter/CT118.

Each week the Milford-Orange Bulletin protrays an adoptable pet at the municipal animal shelter.