Pets Come First

Tucker/Evey Blackie
Toby Zoey

Pets Come First is an all volunteer non-profit organization committed to ensuring responsible animal shelter management and providing both human and monetary resources to assist adoptable homeless animals in Centre County. For information on these animals, volunteer opportunities, or to inquire about other animals please visit our website at www.petscomefirst.com, e-mail us at petscomefirst@gmail.com, or call (814) 359-7150. 
Tucker and Evey are brother and sister. They are approximately 8 weeks old. They are litter trained and come running when you enter the room. Both of them love to be with people and will cry when left alone too long. They get along with other cats, and have been well behaved for their nail trimmings. They are dewormed, FIV/FELV tested negative, and will be up to date on shots at time of adoption.
Blackie is a 3 year old male lab mix weighing in at 30 lb. He is very loving, enjoys playing with other dogs, and going for car rides. He has been neutered, is up to date on vaccines, house trained and ready for his new home.
Toby is a male, neutered Lab/Coonhound mix. He will be celebrating his first birthday in December. He is very gentle and loves all people and other dogs. He is a big puppy that doesn’t always realize his size. He is current on all of his vaccinations and hopes to be in a permanent home before the holidays.
Zoey is a gray striped shorthaired kitten. Her birthday is 6/12/08 – she is VERY friendly and purrs when you pick her up. She comes running to people when she sees them. She doesn’t have any bad habits, according to her foster family. Zoey likes dogs and she rubs against them. She also gets along well with other cats. She is already spayed, current on vaccines and is litter box trained.

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