Pet of the Week: Lil’ Bit

Pets of the Week

Lil Bit – 8 month old male

We’ve been racking our brains trying to figure out what Lil’ Bit reminds us of. And today it hit us. He looks like a bat! He’s BatCat!! A rowdy, hilarious, batcat. He’s so friendly, and playful, and has such a BIG personality for such a little guy. Everyone needs a little superhero in their life! And Lil’ Bit needs a home to practice his superhero shenanigans He had a great home, but his owner passed so here he is. This picture makes him looks like he’s a giant weirdo, indeed he is and that is what we love about him! Come down and experience the shenanigans yourself!

To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway.

The shelter is open from noon-7 p.m. Tuesday, noon-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Closed Mondays. For more information, call 235-3141.

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