Every week on Facebook and Instagram, we feature a local adoptable pet in our much-loved segment called Pet of the Week. We’ve gathered all of June’s featured pets here so you can meet (and share) them all at once!
Note: While we try to make sure this post is always up-to-date, sometimes a pet gets adopted before we have a chance to make the necessary edits. Please check the linked website for more information on the current availability of each pet.
June 1: Mars
This big, sweet house tiger loves chin scratches, a good perch, and chilling in a sun spot. Mars’ favorite lounging spot is a good window seat where he can lazily watch the world go by; if he was a person, he’d be a front-porch-swing-glass-of-iced-tea kind of guy. No worries, no schedule, just casting a bit of judgment out over the neighborhood. Mars likes to follow volunteers around his room to eyeball what they’re doing; if he finds a scratching post, he’ll throw himself against it for a bit of dramatic effect. You know, because the neighborhood just needs a little more drama sometimes. Mars would be a great family cat who’s happy to have you at home but also totally fine to hang out by himself while you’re at work. If your house needs a neighborly cat to cast a judging eyeball over your street, come meet Mars today!
Mars is a male domestic shorthair who is good with kiddos, cats, and calm dogs. Mars is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you’re interested in fostering or adopting Mars, fill out an application here.
June 8: Browning
Need a little goofy? Need a lot of fun? Then you need to meet Browning! This big boy is a hoot and a half and he’s looking for a person who appreciates his fun-loving side. He loves to explore and he loves to play. At 2 years old, Browning would make a great family dog, but he still needs some structure to help him mature into the best version of himself. Browning likes kiddos but would do better with older kids who can handle his large size. If you can open your home to this goofy goober, he promises to be your friend for life!
Browning is a young adult male Malinois mix who does well with large dogs but needs a home without small dogs or cats. Browning is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you’re interested in fostering or adopting Browning, fill out an application here.
June 15: Cypress
Sweet petite Cypress was found begging for handouts at Bluegill restaurant, but it was pretty clear that she was a loving house cat. A caring human scooped her up and took her home, where she soon blossomed into the most affectionate kitty ever! Little Cypress is a big-time cuddler and loves to curl up and purr with her foster mom, Elizabeth. This gorgeous girl is very gentle and still loves any kind of food she can find. If you’re looking for a sweet and cuddly companion, Cypress is your girl!
Cypress is an adult female shorthair who is adoptable through the Alabama Animal Welfare Coalition.
🐾 If you’re interested in adopting Cypress, fill out an application here.
June 22: Arya
This spunky girl is looking for a fun-loving home where she can go on lots of adventures! Arya loves spending time with people and has a bundle of energy to burn; her ideal family would have a big backyard for all her zoomies. Arya is an athletic pup who would make a great hiking or running partner; we could totally see her being a 5k training buddy! With her big smile and eagerness to please, Arya would make a great addition to an active family. If you’d like to take this smiling, spunky pup on a test run, schedule a meeting today!
Arya is a 6 year old female Pointer mix who would do best in a home as the only pet. Arya is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you’re interested in fostering or adopting Arya, fill out an application here.
June 29: Silky
Silky is an expert lap cat who is looking for a human to be her best friend!
Her ideal human would make her the center of their world and would spend ample time cuddling with her on the couch. Silky loves to talk and is happy to carry on a conversation without — she’ll even chatter away over the phone! Although she is an older cat, Silky still has lots of love to give. She’s used to being a loyal companion and she can’t wait to have someone to curl up with again. If you’re looking for a lap cat who is as pretty as she is cuddly, come meet Silky today!
Silky is a senior female calico who is good with dogs, cats, and quiet kiddos. Silky is adoptable through the Animal Rescue Foundation of Mobile, AL.
🐾 If you’re interested in fostering or adopting Silky, fill out an application here.