PET OF THE WEEK: Tobey the tabby |

PET OF THE WEEK: Tobey the tabby

Submitted to The Union
Tobey is an approximately 12 year old brown and black tabby that is very sweet, and is looking for his forever home. He was found in Grass Valley near Brighton and Carnegie, but his owners were never found and is now available for adoption from the Grass Valley Animal Shelter off of Freeman Lane.
Elias Funez/

Tobey is an aproximately 12-year-old brown and black tabby cat that is super sweet and loving. He was found in the vicinity of Brighton and Carnegie Streets in Grass Valley. His owners couldn’t be located, so he is currently looking for his forever home. Tobey is neutered and vaccinated. To adopt Tobey, contact Grass Valley Animal Shelter, Freeman Lane, Grass Valley, at 530-477-4630.

For more pet adoptions:

Sammie’s Friends Animal Shelter at 14647 McCourtney Road in Grass Valley, 530-471-5041 or

AnimalSave, 530-271-7071 or

Cal Aussie Rescue Inc., 530-268-1600 or

Scooter’s Pals, 530-350-2099 or

Rescue for Pet Sake, 530-263-3331

Friends Forever, a Cat Sanctuary, 530-885-4228 or

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Chow Chow Rescue of the Sierra Foothills, Mystery Mutts, 530-432-2778, 530-432-2294 or

Chows Plus, 530-277-0476 or

Northern California Border Collie Rescue & Adoptions,

CAPE,, 831-336-4695.

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