Start your day off right with some pictures of charming pets! There are dozens of pets up for adoption right here in Sacramento.
Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of pets near you.
(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)
Valerie, bunny rabbit
Valerie is a lovable female bunny rabbit in the care of Sacramento House Rabbit Society. She's already been spayed.
From Valerie's current caretaker:
Valerie is a sweet rabbit who was friendly with everyone who visited her at her first adoption event. She loved being petted and sat calmly in laps. Valerie is a tidy girl who already knows how to use a litter box. She's doing everything to tell us she wants to be adopted to a loving family looking for a house rabbit companion.
Read more about how to adopt Valerie on Petfinder.
Cross, American rabbit
Cross is a female American rabbit mix staying at Sacramento SPCA. She's already been spayed.
Here's what Cross' friends at Sacramento SPCA think of her:
My name is Cross and I am one year old. So you might think Cross got her name because she's cranky. And you'd be wrong. Cross is a sweet and friendly bun who's easy to handle. She got her name because of her markings — she appears to have a cross on her back.
Read more about how to adopt Cross on Petfinder.
Dakota, corn snake
Dakota is a male corn snake being kept at Northern California Herpetological Society. Dakota has been vaccinated.
Dakota's current caretakers say:
Dakota is docile and easy to handle. He eats frozen thawed adult mice.
Read more about Dakota on Petfinder.
Sizzle is a pigeon staying at Sacramento SPCA.
Notes from Sizzle's caretakers:
My name is Sizzle and I am two years old. Sizzle is a Fantail Pigeon with great coloring and markings. We're not sure if Sizzle is male or female but so far, we haven't seen any eggs. Sizzle has "bumblefoot" which will need to be treated in Sizzle's forever home. Bumblefoot is a bacterial infection and inflammatory reaction that can occur on the feet of many animals.
Apply to adopt Sizzle today at Petfinder.
Comet, Californian rabbit
Comet is a female Californian rabbit being kept at Sacramento House Rabbit Society. Comet has all her shots.
Comet's current caretakers say:
Comet is a sweet girl who arrived at the shelter with her mom and a large number of siblings. She loves hay and uses her litter box well. She's a little bashful, but has a gentle nature that makes her easy to handle.
Read more about how to adopt Comet on Petfinder.