MIAMI (CBSMiami) — This week’s CBSMiami Facebook Shelter Pet of the Week features cute and cuddly cats plus two beautiful dogs who both need loving, fur-ever homes.READ MORE: 'Hidden Worlds': An immersive voyage into deepest oceans & mesmerizing mangroves through state-of-the-art technology
CBS4’s Vanessa Borge visited the new Miami-Dade Animal Services and streaming live on Facebook, introduced you to a trio of kitties, named Cherry Sue, Connor and Winston.
Cherry Sue is a 6-year-old spayed female who has been at the shelter since June 18th.
Connor is a 3-year old domestic shorthair mix who came in as a stray on June 6th.
Winston is a 3-year-old, super sweet, domestic shorthair mix, who has also been at the shelter since June.
These kitties are just three of the many cats and kittens available for adoption and if you hurry in, you can adopt a cat or kitten for free through July 17th.
For those of you who can’t adopt a cat or kitten but just want to cuddle with them, Miami-Dade Animal Services has a kitten cuddling program which allows people to volunteer their time to help with the cats and kittens and give them lots of tender loving care.READ MORE: Haiti's contributions to South Florida in full display at Haitian Heritage Month Art Exhibition
In addition to all of the cats and kittens, of course there are also plenty of dogs and puppies up for adoption including the two gorgeous German Shepherds featured in this segment.
Cheekie is a female about 5 or 6 years old and Only is a male about 7 or 8 years old
Remember, older dogs need homes too and sometimes, older dogs are easier to train. Turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks!
Both of these German Shepherds, who’ve been at the shelter for more than a week, are spayed and neutered.
All of these animals at the shelter would certainly love to see you this weekend. Miami-Dade Animal Services is located at 7401 NW 74th Street.
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