Taco Belle, an 8-year-old female Persian mix, was found weak on a Taco Bell.
SMITHTOWN, N.Y. — Taco Belle, an 8-year-old female Persian mix, is the Smithtown Animal Shelter’s Pet of the Week.
“Could Purr-fection come in a pretty package? We think not…,” Shelter wrote.
Taco Bell was found to be weak on its name: Taco Bell. She is outgoing, loving, vocal and a “full-time love machine,” according to the shelter.
“When we first met Taco Belle, she suffered from severe stomach issues. However, we are proud to say that her gastrointestinal issues are scientifically proven to be treated at the Smithtown Animal Shelter. can be done through a limited diet. As a result, her hair has grown lush and thick, she has gained weight and is ready for a family to adore her around the clock.”
Taco Belle is outgoing and loving with everyone and will do well in a home with children, other cats and even dogs, the shelter wrote.
“She is just learning how to use the litter box properly and has had accidents from time to time. We are hoping that she will find a good home that will be patient through the learning process. can do.”
There are currently a variety of male and female cats and kittens available for adoption or fostering.
“If you’re looking for a fun, yarn-tossing ball of love, stop by the Kitten Nursery or Cat Condos at the Smithtown Animal Shelter and find a PURR-fect soulmate or two,” the shelter said. said
All felines at the shelter are current on vaccines and have received a full workup (blood work, feline HIV and leukemia tests, physical exam, etc.) by a board-certified veterinarian.
Currently hours are Monday-Saturday 10am-3pm Sunday and Wednesday evenings by appointment only.
To inquire about Pet of the Week or to meet your potential companion, please call the Smithtown Animal Shelter at 631-360-7575.
Smithtown Animal Shelter’s primary concern is to find the best home for every animal that finds its way. The Animal Control Officers and Kennel Attendants at the Smithtown Animal Shelter will go out of their way to ensure that both the rescued and the rescuers are made for each other. If you have other pets, you can arrange to bring your four-legged family member to the shelter or they can set up an in-home meet and greet to see your potential new addition to the family. What does it do to other people, pets or family itself? .
The shelter is also looking for foster volunteers. Foster parents provide temporary care for cats, kittens and dogs in their homes. Some animals require as little as two weeks of care, while others may require longer care.
If interested, Download Foster’s application here..