Lolita – Pet of the Week
I am Lolita a ten-month-old pup who is Chihuahua mix residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid until I am adopted. I don’t appreciate the remarks by the dog next to me about my ears. Do you trip over your ears? Are those antennas? I just looked at him politely and said, at least I am housebroken!
I am a great dog and hope that my new family comes to adopt me soon. If you are looking for a great dog, I am all ears! The Blessing of the Animals will be held on Sun., Oct. 2 at 2 p.m. at Harvey Park (new location) in Rockport in celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. The Rev. Karin E. Wade, rector of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, invites all Cape Ann pets to this ecumenical service. Animals should be on a lead, or in a carrier.
Maybe I will be adopted in time to attend the Blessing!
My name is Tosh, I am a short-haired grey-and-tan boy kitten who is 11 months old. I am very gentle and a little scared of noises, but once I am adopted and in my new home, I think I will be just fine!
I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CapeAnnAnimalAid.com) in Gloucester and just love the staff and volunteers here. The new shelter will be completed this year, but I hope to be adopted long before that. Please make note that Dog Day is Sunday, September 18, our Golf Tournament is Monday, October 17 at Bass Rocks Golf Club and Rockport Harvest Fest is Saturday, October 15th from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. in downtown Rockport. A family-focused event featuring live music, food andart activities for kids. My moto is, if it isn’t fun, just don’tdo it! Here is your opportunity to have lots of fun!!!
I’ am Lady a 7-month-old girl pup who is a boxer mix. I am here at the Cape Ann Animal with my sister. We are playful, active and happy girls.
Plan to attend Dog Day on Sept.18th at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Rain Date 9/25).
This celebration of all things canine features a expo with vendors and community groups, doggy games and contests, demonstrations, activities for kids, bouncy house, raffles and prizes, food and drinks, low-cost micro-chipping clinic, doggy nail trimming, agility course and more!
The event is free to attend! $10 participation fee for dog activities; the first 100 participants receive a free Dog Day t-shirt! All proceeds benefit Cape Ann Animal Aid. For more information, please visit
www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.com or call 978-283-6055.
Hope to see you there with my new family!
My name is Sarg and I am a two-month-old boy pup who is a Keeshound mix with a black-and-tan coat. The nice staff here said I am as cute as a button. I think this is a compliment. My siblings and I are at the Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester waiting to be adopted. I don’t know what the word siblings means, but I think it means brothers and sisters! But I have all brothers.
We are happy pups who are active and cute. There is so much going on down here at the shelter – talk about upcoming events – the new shelter opening this year – people purchasing bricks at the new shelter and so much more – visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com and you will see what I mean.
Remember to stop on down and meet my siblings and me… (remember…that means my brothers)!
Hello, my name is Patience and I am a two-month-old, tiny girl kitten. My lovely coat is brown-and-black. If you would like to meet me in person, I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester. The shelter is located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester.
The volunteers and staff here are so kind to me. This is a non-profit shelter and although I have no idea what that means, I do know when people come in with items such as gas cards for the shelter van, everyone is so happy and grateful. I know they also like receiving toys for the shelter cats and dogs and postage stamps for their mailings.
Please stop by to see if I will fit into your life, heart and home. I know one – thing, I probably can fit into your pocket, too!
I am Alicia reminding you about the Gloucester Dog Parade on Saturday, August 6 at 10 a.m. as part of the Sidewalk Days.
The theme is "Super Heroes". Every dog will win a keepsake.
Entree fee is $10. Pre-registration is encouraged by calling 978-283-6055 or email@example.com.
I am a 16-month-old tiger cat who is black-and-grey. I am resting at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. I have just finished raising my beautiful litter of kittens who have all found loving homes and I am hoping the same for myself.
I am receiving excellent attention at the shelter, but I still could use a day at the spa!
Hi, my name is Data. I am a two-month-old boy pup who is Retriever/Lab mix. My siblings and I have rooms at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, a non-profit shelter located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. We are so excited about finding families to adopt us!
Please check our website at: capeannanimalaid.com
We always appreciate donations to our building fund. We hope to be in our new shelter this autumn! We also appreciate gifts of gas cards for the shelter van, postage stamps for mailings and of course toys for shelter cats and dogs.
The staff and volunteers are so kind. The ONLY bad thing here is that they don’t have room service!
Kindle – Pet of the Week
Hello, my name is Kindle, I am a two-month-old girl pup who is Lab/Retriever mix. I am sweet, curious, affectionate, outgoing and smart. I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, a non-profit shelter located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. I have siblings here too! We are all excited about being adopted.
If you don’t know what adoption means – it means that you take someone into your home and heart forever to love. We don’t have to be blood relatives to be a family, what makes you family is the love.
I’m Toby, I arrived at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA) as a young kitten with an upper respiratory infection that caused one of my eyes to be injured beyond repair and it had to be removed. I was placed in foster care, have had my surgery and
I am a healthy, well adjusted six-month-old boy kitten. Did you hear about the CAAA’s 1st Annual Golf Tournament ? It will be held on Mon., Oct. 17. Scramble/12:30 p.m., shotgun start and registration begins at 11: am at Bass Rocks Golf Club. Fee: $160. per golfer includes greens fee, cart, prizes and dinner catered by Timothy S. Hopkins! For more information, please e-mail golf@CapeAnnAnimalAid.com
Don’t forget to come visit me at the shelter at 260 Main Street in Gloucester .
I won’t be at the Tournament, I don’t know how to golf!
My name is Max. I am a two-month-old boy kitten with a grey and white coat. I don’t want to brag, but my coat is really quite handsome. I have a big name for a little guy, but I will be good size when I am all grown. I am staying at the Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester until I am adopted.
Please consider assisting us while we get ready this autumn to move into our new facility. If you would like to purchase a brick in memory or honor of someone – the fee is $100. See details at capeannanimalaid.com
Remember to visit me and the other cute kittens here at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. Please remember, they are cute; but none as cute as I am!!
Bitsy – Pet of the Week
Hi! My name is Bitsy (right), I am an adorable black-and-white girl kitten. My sister is next to me trying to get in the photo too. Stop down to the Cape Ann Animal Aid, 260 Main Street, Gloucester and visit us.
The Sunset Dessert Cruise is on Saturday, July 9 at 7 p.m. from Capt. Bill’s Whale Watch at Harbor Loop! Tickets are $25. and on sale at the CAAA! Music, raffle prizes, delicious desserts and a beautiful cruise of Cape Ann. I will not be going –
I don’t want to be mistaken for a dessert and I don’t think they have a life jacket small enough to fit me!
Chico – Pet of the Week
Hi! My name is Chico (left) and I consider Sammy my brother – although we are not blood brothers, we have never been apart, and in my opinion, you do not have to be blood brothers to be true brothers. We are both small Chihuahua’s.
I am eight-months-old and Sammy is a month younger. We would love to remain together and if you are interested in adopting us, we are at the Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester, a non-profit shelter caring for homeless cats and dogs located at 260 Main Street. We get along well with people, cats and dogs.
We are black and tan and super cute. Promise not to tell Sammy because I would never want to hurt his feelings because I just love him to pieces, but I think I am a tiny bit cuter – – not much; just a little bit.
Pumpkin – Pet of the Week
My name is Pumpkin and I am a twenty-month-old cat. I have a lovely pumpkin and black coat which is truly beautiful. If you would like to meet me, I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA)at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. The CAAA is a non-profit shelter caring for
homeless cats and dogs. Check out our website at capeannanimalaid.com
Please consider adopting me! I am so looking forward to having a forever family to love. I am a calico cat and you probably already know we are known to bring good luck!
My name is Willow and I am a three-month-old boy kitten. I am super sweet and affectionate. I have a handsome grey-and-white coat and if you are interested in meeting me, stop by the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA) in Gloucester. We are located at 260 Main Street. Our new shelter at Four Paws Lane in W. Gloucester is scheduled to open in the early autumn of this year!
If you might be interested in hosting a fund-raiser for us, please call 978-283-6055.
I am so cute, you better hurry and adopt me before someone else does! You don’t want to disappoint yourself -or ME!
Thanks to Tina Ketchopolos for sending in the Pet of The Week submissions
Dodger – Pet of the Week
I thought if I winked I would get your attention. My name is Dodger and I am a two-year-old orange tiger cat. I am staying at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA), a non-profit shelter located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. I am a very calm guy and love attention and being brushed. Did you know that in honor of World-wide Pet Adopt-athon Weekend, the CAAA will be extending their hours on Sat. to 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sun. from 12 Noon
to 6 p.m. Please stop by and visit me. My demands are simple, good food and a lap to sleep in while I watch TV. Please hurry, I don’t want to miss the evening news!
Hello, my name is Lanie and I am a six month old Purebred Japanese Chin. I am residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, a non-profit shelter who cares for homeless cats and dogs and finds loving forever homes for them. The shelter is located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester.
I have a lovely black-and-white coat. I will remain small even when I am a full grown lady. I love meeting people and other pups. I can be a bit bossy at times; but I am very sweet, too! I am learning how to walk on a leash and I know my new owners will take me for walks so that we might go shopping to buy me a string of pearls!
Squeaky – Pet of the Week
My name is Squeaky and I am a two-year-old affectionate cat with a beautiful orange-and-white coat. I am on the quiet side, but I enjoy watching TV and sitting in a nice lap to relax. If you are looking for a calm companion, I am your girl!
Stop down to the Cape Ann Animal Aid, a non-profit shelter. I am so excited about finding a forever home I could cry! The shelter is located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester.
Please hurry and after you adopt me, you may take me home and we can watch TV together; I really enjoy any of the cooking shows!
My name is Amelia and I am a sweet four-month-old girl pup who loves people. I have a beautiful black shiny coat. I am active, fun and silly at times. I am a Lab/Hound mix
and will be medium to large when I am all grown. I am so excited about become part
of a family. I just love Cape Ann, there are so many beautiful places to walk and beaches!
Like most pups, I love toys and to play. If you would like to meet me, I am at the Cape
Ann Animal Aid located at 260 Main Street in Gloucester. I wouldn’t wait too long – just take one look at my face and I know someone is just going to melt when they meet me!
I promise, if you adopt me, I won’t disappoint you – you will have fun, fun, fun!!! Did I mention I love toys?
For More Info Check out The Cape Ann Animal Aid website
Hi!! My name is Eva and I am a three-month-old
Lab mix. I love to investigate, play, wag my tail,
give kisses and just have fun. I am active and smart.
I think I am Retriever/Border Collie mix with a beautiful
black shiny coat. I can’t wait to find a forever home.
I enjoy learning new things and
I catch on quick. If you would like to stop by and meet
me, I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at
260 Main Street in Gloucester. If you are in the market for
a pup, don’t wait, stop down today!
I won’t be here too long and I think hundreds of people
are lining up outside to meet me; hope you are one of
Hi! My name is Summer and I am a six-month-old, brown-and-
white friendly Retriever/Hound. I love to take walks, enjoy
meeting new people and dogs. I am residing at the shelter
at the Cape Ann Animal Aid until I am adopted. I am
receiving wonderful attention here; they just love me to
pieces. I have lots of energy, but I also enjoy my down
time and like to cuddle. You can tell by looking into my
eyes what a sweet disposition I have. Please stop down
to 260 Main Street in Gloucester and see for yourself!