Adopt a Pet - Jan. 7, 2010

Photo by Fred Dray - There are many ways a pet gets to District Animal Control. Some are really tough and some a pleasant surprise. A Woodbridge resident and humanitarian opened the back door to her home one very cold and snowy morning last week and in walked Snowy. Now enjoying her stay at DAC, this female, domestic short hair/Siamese mix cat has very unusual coloration and a personality to match. Snowy has a frothy cream body with light grey spotting. She could easily blend into a snow storm except for her gorgeous, deep crystal blue eyes. Snowy is a laid back, easy going princess with serious lap cat potential. She wants to be pampered, enjoys the comforts of life and will tell you so. She would do best with a slower paced, loving family who have no other pets or children under 10-years. This super feline can warm up many a cold January, just give her a chance. Snowy 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 are many ways a pet gets to District Animal Control. Some are really tough and some a pleasant surprise. A Woodbridge resident and humanitarian opened the back door to her home one very cold and snowy morning last week and in walked Snowy. Now enjoying her stay at DAC, this female, domestic short hair/Siamese mix cat has very unusual coloration and a personality to match. Snowy has a frothy cream body with light grey spotting. She could easily blend into a snow storm except for her gorgeous, deep crystal blue eyes. Snowy is a laid back, easy going princess with serious lap cat potential. She wants to be pampered, enjoys the comforts of life and will tell you so. She would do best with a slower paced, loving family who have no other pets or children under 10-years. This super feline can warm up many a cold January, just give her a chance. Snowy 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 profiles an adoptable pet at the municipal animal shelter.