Longmont Humane Society Pet of the Week

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Petey & Star
This delightful pair of senior cats is looking for a new forever home where they can be together! Petey & Star are 16 years old, extremely affectionate with people of all ages and very easy going. They both love to sit in laps, lay around in the sun and play with toys. Mostly they love to do whatever they do together! Come in for a visit with Petey & Star today and see if you are their perfect match!

Kids & Critters Summer Camp
Our half-day mini camps for kids 7-12 years of age promote the development of safe animal-handling skills, encourage careers with animals, and teach kids how they can help animals in our community.
2019 Camp Dates
Session 1: June 10–12
Session 2: June 17-19
Session 3: June 24-26
Session 4: July 8-10
8:30am – 12:30pm Mon/Tues/Weds

Email tegan@longmonthumane.org for more information or visit www.longmonthumane.org.

City of Longmont Pet Licenses Now Available
2019 City of Longmont pet licenses are now available at a number of convenient locations around Longmont including Boz’s Place, the LHS retail store. Fees for licenses are $15 for spayed and neutered dogs, cats and pot bellied pigs and $25 for unaltered pets.

For more information about City of Longmont pet license laws, fees and where they can be purchased, please visit www.longmonthumane.org.

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