Meet Deputy the domestic short hair mix at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society

Alhambra Source partnered with the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society for a weekly column, "Pet of the week." Every Thursday, we'll introduce you to a new animal looking for a home. This week's pet is Deputy, a male domestic short hair mix. Read more about Deputy below!

Name: DeputyID: 12580Gender: MaleBreed: Domestic short hair mixAge: 5 monthsWeight: 2 poundsFur: Brown tabby with white markings

Deputy was delivered to the shelter by a Temple City sheriff's deputy. This little guy was run over by a car but managed to survive without injury. The deputy pulled over to see if he was all right, and our furry friend ran up into the frame of the deputy's vehicle. He was finally coaxed out, gently placed in a box, and brought to the shelter.

Deputy is sweet and social and loves to spend time snuggling with his kitten friends. Although he may have used up one of his nine lives, he has many more to share with his future family! We hope you'll stop by to meet this adorable boy and consider giving him a loving forever home.

Deputy's adoption fee is $99, which includes neuter surgery, a microchip, first vaccinations, and a free wellness checkup with a participating veterinarian. 

If you are interested in meeting Deputy or any of the other available animals at the shelter, visit the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society at 851 E. Grand Ave., San Gabriel, Calif. 91776, Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. For more information, call (626) 286-1159.

Join us as we celebrate our 90th anniversary on Saturday with an Open House Block Party. All past adopters are invited to bring their dogs and walk in our alumni parade. From noon to 5 p.m., there will be carnival games, an art walk, vendors, and doggie tattoos and games.

2 thoughts on “Meet Deputy the domestic short hair mix at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society”

  1. Adorable baby. If I didn’t have nine (including two that were born to a feral cat (Ella) who adopted by backyard last summer; the boys were born on March 30). I’d consider it.

    Just one comment: there is no such word as alright. It’s two words, and it’s all right.

    1. Thanks Linda, as always, for your helpful note! I've made the correction.

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