Jack-Jack

Entering the front room of the shelter is sure to bring the sight of his streaked-gray and white form curled up in a bed by the door or perched on one of the office desks. His cool green eyes are typically half-lidded with relaxation.  Give him attention and he will rumble with deep-chested purrs and

Dasher

Dasher, this week’s Pet of the Week, is a diamond in the rough. Dasher is a two-year-old pit mix who arrived at the ACSKC with a magical wind at his heels. Everywhere he goes Dasher shines like a four-legged sun. His curiosity and excitement are balanced out by a sharp mind, and he has already mastered

Reese

At around two years old, Reese is almost all grown up, but her puppyhood was less than stellar. She was surrendered to the Animal Care Shelter for Kent County after changing hands from a backyard breeder, and for the first time in her short life, she is getting to experience the joys of un-motherhood. This

Frankie

As with many felines, Frankie prefers attention on his own terms.  Because of that, we would recommend a home without small children.  We’re pretty sure this handsome boy could be won over with a handful of treats.  No animal deserves to call a shelter home for a whole year and Frankie is no exception.  Imagine
Sam

Sam

Sam was an owner surrender; a personality as bouncy as hers called for a different setting. Her ideal forever home would feature no other dogs and a family with older children, preferably ones who would indulge her endless love of tug-o-war. Alongside her spunk, Sam is a sharp girl, and would thrive in a situation