This group of adoptable cats who were caught in a trap by Cobb County Animal Services. And the dog on the right is described by rescuers thusly: "This little darling is Alani. She is a little shy and sweet as can be. She knows sit and lay down. Alani is 10 months old and 33 pounds."
Photo: Cobb County Animal Services
Photo: Cobb County Animal Services

Cobb animal shelter holding $10 dog, cat adoption special

The Cobb County animal shelter is holding a pet adoption sale for the “tail end of summer.” (Think about this: Some county worker/volunteer gets to come up with these awesome pet puns.)


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Through August: All adult dogs and cats cost $10, while all puppies and kittens cost $25.

They ran this special last year

The Cobb County Animal Control, 1060 Al Bishop Drive in Marietta, is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday and from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

You can view all the adoptable pets here.


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