Pets of the Week: June 7

The Daily Times staff


Lauper: Lauper is full of life, love and energy. She is looking for a family to call her own. She does well with people of all ages and other dogs. Lauper can be a little hyper at times, but with a little training, she will learn how to sit and follow instructions.  If you would like to meet Lauper, stop by the shelter and spend some time with her.  Lauper’s adoption fee is $80, and she is spayed, micro-chipped and ready to go home today.


Cliff: Cliff is a big cuddle bug. He is a big boy who weighs more than 70 pounds. He does seem to be picky of his dog friends, and he prefers the ladies. He gets along with all of the people he meets. He will need regular brushing and daily walks. Come down to meet Cliff today. His adoption fee is $80, and he is neutered, microchipped and waiting to find his forever home.


Sly: Sly is a large, lovable tabby cat looking for a place to call home. He is very sweet and likes to be petted and loved on. He seems to be a bit reserved. Come see this handsome, mature man today. His adoption fee is $50, which includes his neuter, micro-chip and first vaccine (that does not include rabies). He has not been neutered and will need to stay the night.


Miss Kitty: Meet Miss Kitty. She is a beautiful, reserved little lady with stunning markings. Miss Kitty is one of our senior cats. She enjoys being petted gently. She needs a wonderful family to spoil her and provide her with a quiet place to retreat to when she needs a nap, along with all of the  attention she deserves.

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.


Emmy is a beautiful, dapple gray 9-year-old mare.

Miss Kitty

She stands about 15.1 hands high and weighs about 1,000 pounds. Emmy is probably a quarter horse and thoroughbred cross.

She is halter trained and will need a patient partner to guide her through being saddle trained.

Emmy is very gentle, but lacks confidence. She is current on vaccinations, deworming and teeth floating.

Her adoption fee is $400 and it includes four lessons on natural horsemanship techniques.

For more information, contact Four Corners Equine Rescue at 505-334-7220 or visit