Pet of the Week

North Attleboro Animal Shelter's Pet of the Week for Nov 28, 2022: Randall

a white cat with grayish black splotchesMeet Randall, He is a 15 year old neutered male Domestic short hair. Randall is up to date on all his vaccines, FIV/FeLV tested negatived and microchipped. Randall loves scratches behind the ears, brushing and catnip, he also enjoys bird watching, catnaps, and cat treats, rock to the oldies is his favorite music and games shows are the best.  Randall is looking for his forever home, can he come home and love on you ?  

If you are interested in Randall or any of our wonderful animals at NAAS please call 508-699-0128 or contact 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 larger garbage bags, Pine Sol, bleach, paper towels and moist cat food, dry cat, and kitten food.  Fresh Vegetables and Timothy hay.

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


North Attleboro Animal Shelter's Pet of the Week for Nov 21, 2022: Dusty

dusty ragdoll catMeet Dusty the Rag Doll who is one handsome man. Our boy is very social and outgoing . He is our doorman who loves to greet all our guest. I am sure a window seat would suit him fine on a nice sunny day . Dusty loves to come and spend time with all of us and likes to be around any other cats that roam our shelter . He is up to date on all vaccines and neutered . Please don't be discouraged by his 17 years he still has a lot time to give many more years of love and affection . Please don't let this very sweet senior waste any more of his precious time here at the shelter .


If you are interested in Dusty the Rag Doll or  any of our wonderful animals at NAAS please call 508-699-0128 or contact 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 larger garbage bags, Pine Sol, bleach, paper towels and moist cat food, dry cat, and kitten food.  Fresh Vegetables and Timothy hay.

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