Pet of the Week

North Attleboro Animal Shelter's Pet of the Week for Aug 1, 2022: Onyka

A midsize black dog with white chest and paws, pointy ears

Sweet, gentle, Onyka sadly found herself back in shelter life due to her previous household’s situation. The good news is that it hasn’t affected her loving personality or her love of life and the people in it! Ony absolutely LOVES car rides and ADORES the volunteers who take her for field trips, getting all excited, giddy and wiggly when they come in to take her.

She loves going on leisurely strolls to anywhere and walks BEAUTIFULLY on a leash. Our girl just wants to be with her humans at all times and is well behaved.

Onyka is around 7-8 yrs old, has lived with a dog in the past but we feel she would do best as the only pet in her new home.

She is also a ‘Shelter to Sofa’ dog which means she will receive free transition training and support upon adoption. For more information on her you can contact Shelter to Sofa directly at @sheltertosofa_ri

If you are interested in Onyka or any of our wonderful animals at NAAS please call 508-699-0128 or email us at Fcamara@nattleboro.com

Even if you are not currently looking to adopt an animal, you can still help the shelter by donating one of the following items: 39 gal or greater garbage bags, Pine Sol, bleach, paper towels and moist cat food, dry cat and kitten food. Fresh Vegetables, Timothy hay, towels, old blankets, throws and old newspapers.

We also collect returnable bottles, cans, and glass at the shelter this helps the animals in various way.


North Attleboro Animal Shelter's Pet of the Week for July 18, 2022: BubblesBubbles, a mostly dark grey cat with white chest laying in a cream cozy cat bed

Our pet of the week is a sweet young 2 yr. old female named Bubbles. She has been here for a short time but is adjusting to being here quite well.  Bubbles is a small kitty with lots of love and affection. At first, she was a little nervous because with our dogs barking this can be a noisy place, so she would hide under her blankets just like a little kid would do if they were scared. Well it didn't take her long before she started to poke her head out and see what all the noise was about. Ok well she thought no boogie man, so I guess this place is safe for me to come all the way out from under my blankets. Bubbles has been at the front of her cage ever since and loves chin rubs and affection. Come on in to say hello to our beautiful little girl she needs more chin rubs on a daily basis. Our girl is a spayed female up to date on all vaccines FIV and Leukemia negative. She is waiting for her forever home.

If you are interested in Bubbles the cat or any of our wonderful animals at the North Attleboro Animal Shelter please call 508-699-0128 or email the North Attleboro Animal Shelter.

Even if you are not currently looking to adopt an animal, you can still help the shelter by donating one of the following items: 39 gal or greater garbage bags, Pine Sol, bleach, paper towels and moist cat food, dry cat, and kitten food.  Fresh Vegetables, Timothy hay, towels and old newspapers.

We also collect returnable bottles, cans, and glass at the shelter. This helps the animals in various ways.