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5 Gwinnett shelter animals still available in time for Christmas

All the dogs and cats at the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter want for Christmas is to find a forever home. 

The shelter currently houses more than 100 animals, with almost all of them ready to go home with a new owner. Check out some of the good boys and girls that want to cuddle up on your couch.

Gomez:

Gomez is available for adoption at the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter.

Gomez is a 10-month-old American Bulldog mix. The affectionate puppy “thinks he’s a lap dog” and loves to cuddle, according to the shelter’s Facebook page.

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Cookie:

Cookie is available for adoption at the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter.

Cookie, a one-year-old Tortoiseshell cat, has had a hard time adjusting to life at the shelter, according to a Facebook post. She is anxious to get out and find a home that will provide her with a more comfortable life.

Tilly:

Tilly is available for adoption at the (Gwinnett County Animal Shelter). (Gwinnett County Animal Shelter)

Tilly, an 11-month-old Boxer mix, is a high energy dog who loves to play. She is “friendly” and “exuberant,” and always looking for a way to get her paws on a treat, according to the shelter’s Facebook page. 


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Felicity:

Felicity is available for adoption at the (Gwinnett County Animal Shelter). (Gwinnett County Animal Shelter)

Felicity is a 1-year-old domestic shorthair mix. The curious cat has a “darling” personality and is eager to find a home, according to the shelter’s Facebook page.

Comet:

Comet is available for adoption at the (Gwinnett County Animal Shelter). (Gwinnett County Animal Shelter)

The shelter doesn’t have an age for Comet, but he is an American Staffordshire Terrier mix. He’s a little timid when he meets a new person, but warms up quickly and unleashes his curious side.

Dog doptions at the shelter are $90 and cat adoptions are $30, or $40 for two cats. Adoption fees include a veterinary exam and spay or neuter. You can call 770-339-3200 or visit the shelter at 884 Winder Highway in Lawrenceville to find out more about these pets or any others at the shelter.


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