Curtis the Jack Russell Wirehair Terrier Mix is Abilene’s Most Affectionate Dog – KEAN Critters [UPDATED]
UPDATED: Monday, December 3rd, 2012 at 6:00 p.m.
Curtis the little one year old Jack Russell, Wirehair terrier mix was adopted on his final extension day. Amy B. of Abilene gave Curtis a loving home, so a big special thanks goes to Miss Amy for caring enough to give a poor defenseless little critter a second chance at life. The smartest pets and nearly all movie and television pets were rescued from shelters just like ours. So no need in lining the pockets of breeders, when a smarter, better looking, more lovable pet is waiting for you at the Abilene Animal Shelter.
Can you help us save Curtis?
This one year old Jack Russell, Wirehair terrier mix is very intelligent,you can tell the minute you lay eyes on him because he’s not afraid to make eye contact. Curtis is extremely lovable, he was somebodies lap-dog, and for whatever reason they brought him to the pound where his time has run out. Curtis knows several basic commands like sit, stay, lay and come on. I won’t be surprised if he’s not already house broken.
Curtis is a highly intelligent dog that wants to please you. This little cinnamon colored terrier mix has all his shots and is micro-chipped already, so that swill save you some money. Did I mention that he’s also on sale for 50% off and cats are 55% off during the month of December. Larry (one of the shelters employees), and my daughter Angie, both played with Curtis the tail wagging dog.
Please go to the Shelter today, look at Curtis and all the other beautiful critters that need you and me to save them. Curtis has been at the shelter for a month now and has only three days left to live, unless you and I do something. This is absolutely his last chance to live and what’s really sad is, that this little guy has only lived for a year. Now if you can help, here’s all the information on Curtis the KEAN Critter.
The Abilene Animal Control Shelter (a.k.a. the pound) Info:
The Animal Control Shelter is located at 925 South 25th in Abilene
Mon.-Fri. 10:30 a.m. till 6 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. til 2p.m.
You can check out the rest of the dogs and cats that are up for adoption at the shelters website.
About Nina, she only weighs 37lbs. she is neither fixed nor vaccinated but that will be taken care of when you adopt her. Nina is currently on sale at half price for only a $30 adoption fee that includes spaying, micro-chipping and her rabies shot. After Nina is fixed you will receive a $20 rebate from the shelter. Nina’s Animal Control Reference I.D.# is: 17797209 and he is in cell W-25. Hurry please go save him today!