PAWS Pet of the Week: Turtledove

The meaning of Turtledove is a small Old World dove with a soft purring call, noted for the apparent affection shown for its mate.  This petite tortoise shell cat was named perfectly as she is gentle, loving, and will adore the person who gives her a windowsill of her very own.  Turtledove has been at the Animal Adoption Center for more than a year and has come out of her little torti shell over time.

She once hid, but now greets visitors at the door and snoozes openly in the most snuggly of spots.  Turtledove is a 2.5 year old female who can be found watching the snow flakes fall from the windows of the AAC. For more information on Turtledove or other animals available for adoption, please call 307.739.1881

Community Partner:

PAWS of Jackson Hole

PAWS of Jackson Hole’s mission is to serve as a community resource to prevent pet homelessness, to protect pets from harm and suffering, and to promote responsible ownership

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