The Alice City pound presents the Pets of the Week who are waiting for a forever home.
One of the animals featured this week is a female Doberman Pinscher who ended up at the shelter when her owner was arrested for animal cruelty, according to city pound officials. She and a partner, who didn't survive, were picked up from the owner's residence approximately two months age.
Since her time at the shelter she has gained back a healthy appetite and weight. She now waits for a family.
Also featured this week is a Catahoula Cur. She has been at the shelter along with her siblings and several other puppies.
The adoption fee is $25. Animals can be adopted Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All animals adopted through the city should be sterilized 45 days after adoption. A voucher can be picked up from People Assisting Animal Control that offers a discount with the spay and neutering of an animal.
Anyone who would like to make these fur babies part of their family should call the pound at 361-664-1086.