Marion County Pets: Harold, Manny, Pauly and Spice

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MARION COUNTY, Fla. (WCJB) Let's take a look at some of this week's adorable, adoptable animals from Marion County looking for a forever home.

Harold: A Calm Listener
Harold is a seven-year-old, male mixed breed dog. This boy would like nothing better than to sit next to you and listen to your stories from the day. He would be ideal for someone who likes a calm dog.

Manny and Pauly: Curious Duo
Manny and Pauly are four-month-old, male short-hair kittens who share a brotherly bond that's more than just their nearly identical bi-colored coats. These youngsters are full of curiosity and energy.

Spice: The Superstar Shelter Dog
Spice is a three-year-old, female mixed breed. This sweet girl is a staff favorite and a superstar in their shelter dog playgroups. She has a happy and contagious personality, and they would love to find her a home where she can really shine.

During November, the adoption fee for most dogs and cats is only $11. Any pet seven years old or more can be adopted for free. All adoptions include their spay/neuter surgeries, county licenses, current vaccinations and microchips. Call Marion County Animal Services for more information or visit the shelter Tuesday through Saturday.

To see all the pets available for adoption visit marioncountyfl.org/animal