Pets of the Week: Jan. 12

The Daily Times staff


Kuji: Kuji is truly a kid at heart. He has an engaging zest for life and is alert and curious. He is a fun boy to work with. He has a lot of enthusiasm and a willingness to please. He is very smart and is learning some manner while walking with  volunteers. Kuji is a 1½-year-old Labrador mix who would love to tag along on outdoor adventures with you. He gets along well with other dogs and loves people.


Fifia: Fifia is a female nine-week-old shepherd puppy looking for a family to love and play with. When Fifia gets bigger, she will most likely be about 50 pounds. Are you looking for a new cute addition? Fifia will need to be spayed before leaving the shelter, but come in to meet her today. Her adoption fee is $100.



Cosmo: Cosmo is a handsome boy with medium to long hair. He needs a good brushing to keep his coat looking beautiful. He is laid back and loves to snuggle on your lap. He would be content spending long hours lounging around or in a warm sunbeam. If you can give him a lap to lie on, long pets and a cozy spot to sleep away the hours, he will be your loving companion.


Vandani: Vandani is a beautiful, long-haired, black and white cat with unique markings. She is very affectionate and loves getting attention from her people. She likes to explore new places and is a curios cat. Vandani is already spayed and can go to her forever home today.

The Farmington Animal Shelter is located at 133 Browning Parkway and can be reached at 505-599-1098. Check for a up-to-date list of pets up for adoption.



Pappy is a nice 23-year-old gelding. He rides like a dream. His ideal home would be with a light rider who wants to trail ride casually, as he is a walk/trot kind of guy.

Pappy is one of six horses surrendered to Four Corners Equine Rescue by the owner in June. He is a beautiful gray quarter horse type. He stands about 15 hands high and weighs right about 1,000 pounds.

He is current on his vaccinations, teeth floating, deworming and farrier work. Make an appointment to see Pappy.

For more information, go to or call 505-334-7220.