Pet of the Week – Sullivan



OSWEGO – Sullivan (we like the nickname Sully) is your typical tabby-boy youngster, super friendly with a great personality.

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He likes to ride around on his foster mom’s shoulder and from the looks of things he’s going to be a big boy!

He gets along with the other cats and dogs in his foster home.

But, mostly he wants to hang out with his people.

Please contact the office at 315-207-1070 or email [email protected] for information on adopting Sullivan.

He would like to come and adopt you as his person.

Surely you have big enough shoulders for that!

You can find more pets for adoption at the Home 4 the Holidays Pet Adoption Celebration and Holiday Bazaar on December 6 from noon to 3 p.m. at the YMCA/Armory at 265 W. First St.

It’s free and fun with lots of things to do and buy to benefit the animals.

The Oswego County Humane Society provides spay/neuter services and assistance, fostering and adoption of animals in urgent need, humane education programs, and information and referrals to animal lovers throughout Oswego County.

Located at 110 W. Second St., Oswego, NY.

Phone: (315) 207-1070.

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.oswegohumane.org

Because People and Pets Are Good for Each Other.