Looking for a furry friend?

Commentary by Briona Kiser
  Times-News correspondent
teens20@thetimesnews.com

   As spring comes to a close and summer approaches, many of the newborn animals around the community are growing up. Litters of kittens and puppies are becoming too much for one person to handle, and many are being dropped off around the community or taken into the animal shelter.
At the Burlington Pet Adoption Center, there is currently a litter of four kittens, plus multiple other kittens and young dogs searching for a home. The animals are at a perfect age to be trained and integrated into a family. Although the adoption center has lots of new animals, there are still many others who have been living there awhile and would make an excellent addition to any family.
   This is the best time of year to find a dog or cat to call your own. Contact the Burlington Pet Adoption Center at (336) 578-0343 for more details.

 Briona is a senior at Western Alamance High School and a Teens & Twenties writer. Her pet column appears monthly in Teens & Twenties.

 

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