Animal Service League Pet of the Week


Trying to find forever homes for homeless pets with the Animal Service League’s Pet of the Week featured every Friday during Fitz on Fickle 93.3! Here’s this week’s pet:

Meet Guiness! This handsome guy looks like a pure bred Siamese, but since he was found living outside where he was born, we know he just got lucky with some cool genes! Guinness is about 1 year old and he is very shy. He has come out of his shell a lot, but it has taken awhile. He came in with a ear polyp that caused a bad constant infection in his ear that required daily meds for several months. Finally, when meds did not take care of the polyp, Guiness had surgery to remove the polyp, only just recently. So far, he is doing great and he is so happy to not have meds put in his ear every single day! Guiness will need a quiet home for sure, preferably one without children or dogs. He does, however, seem to take comfort and joy with being with other cats, and he is often found snuggling with his dad, who was also found outside with him and also looks like a pure bred Siamese. Guiness is fully vetted and needs a special person to help him acclimate to a home and give him the patience he needs so he will finally feel comfortable. He does enjoy to be pet and he likes to play. If you are interested in this stunningly handsome boy with his big blue eyes, please contact us for more information!

As always, we invite you to visit our website for all things ASL and to view all of our adoptable pets at Please also follow our Facebook page!

ASL is proud to announce that all of our cats and kittens are now micro-chipped at the time of adoption, and your adoption donation fee includes a one year registration. A registered microchip is your pet’s best chance of being reunited with you when they are lost. If you are interested in having your dog or cat microchipped, please contact ASL.

Please remember ASL for your tax deductible donation. Thank you for your support!

Animal Service League encourages you to report animal cruelty and abuse when you see it to the Animal Cruelty Hotline at (585) 223-6500.

Please contact Animal Service League if you are interested in providing a loving home for any of the ASL’s.





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