Pets of the Week at Hi Tor Animal Care Center

Please come for a visit to see all of the wonderful animals waiting for a home or visit us at our new website www.hitoranimalshelter.org


Seven is a 9 year old female.  She has had her life turned upside down after having one home for all of her 9 years of life and doesn't understand why she is in a shelter.  She is quite frightened right now and really needs to be adopted into a quiet and loving home.

Braxton is a large 2 year old male. He is extremely affectionate and wants very much to please. He has started working on his commands, and he shows great potential because right from the start he sits quietly by his cage awaiting his leash. Although anxious for a walk, he has enough self control to sit patiently when he needs to do so. He would fit well with a family with an active lifestyle but who also wants to relax with a mush.

Call Hi Tor Animal Care Center at 845-354-7900 or visit our website www.hitoranimalshelter.org to find out more about these and other pets awaiting a home, events and other ways you can help.  Adoption fees vary depending on the type of animal and their age. Fees for cats range from $75 to $150 and dogs range from $150 to $250. Adoption fees include: inoculations, micro-chipping, leash and collar, and spay or neutering. 

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Odd Job October 16, 2012 at 04:20 PM
If you go to Hi-Tor to see the animals, just note that the cattery is closed due to illness. If you are interested in cats, call first to see if they have any that are not in the cat house that can be adopted. They also have cats at USA Dog and Pet Shop in the Palisades Mall window
Odd Job November 14, 2012 at 05:30 PM
Where have these submissions been lately?
Odd Job November 19, 2012 at 10:19 PM
I have seen more postings on here about "Re-Build Hi-Tor" and nothing lately for animals available for adoption. How does this shelter expect animals to find homes without exposure?
Jim November 19, 2012 at 11:27 PM
Don't you realize that once again this is a political play for whoever assumes the role of county executive? No one ever really cared about the shelter just like they try to hide all the other dysfunctionality of our county. The only people who care either adopt or house animals so the careless of our county have a place to dump their problem. Maybe we should have one for the lost youth of our county.


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