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LOST: male, light orange cat, white on chest, paws, and belly, Royal Drive, Winterville, 558-3276; Golden Retriever female, 2 years old, light blonde, Western Boulevard, Jacksonville, 703-881-8532.

FOUND: female Lab mix, brown with white on the chest, neck and muzzle, dark brown ears and black tip of the tail, found with a female Yorkie Terrier mix, beige-sand, near Frog Level and Davenport Farm Roads, 341 – 8375; black cat, 1 year old, Hounds Tooth Court, Winterville, 578-1650; brown tabby kitten, white on face, nose, chest, belly and spots around legs, brown spot on nose, Davenport Farm Road, 367-6955.

Moonbeams and Miracles Therapeutic Horsemanship Center, 2928 VOA Site B Road, Grimesland, will host an open house and family fun day on Saturday, October 23rd from 12pm to 4pm. There is no entrance fee, but a fee is charged for some activities, the proceeds of which will go to the center. For more information send an email to [email protected]

The 20th Annual Canine Crawl, Benefiting the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina, takes place on October 24th, 1-5pm at Greenville Town Common, 105 E. First St. More information is available at hsecarolina.org.

Spay Today, 4556 County Home Road, is hosting a fundraiser from October 30th 4pm to 6pm. The event includes games and activities for children, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin painting, pet photos, and teddy bear “surgery” (mending soft toys). Animals). The event will also include a silent auction. Tickets are $ 8 for adults and $ 6 for children. Send an email to [email protected]

Renovation work has resumed at Pitt County Animal Services, 4550 County Home Road. The capacities in the shelter are limited and operations are impaired. The shelter is unable to accept handovers. Adoptions and reclaims will continue by arrangement. Call 902-1726 for more information.

The Pet Food Pantry of Eastern North Carolina, 408 W. Arlington Blvd., is a nonprofit pet food source that provides free pet food and supplies to low-income eligible households. The organization also supports the owners with neutering and neutering services as well as rabies vaccinations. To donate or host a pet food drive, visit petfoodpantryenc.org or call 689-6122.

Spay Today, 4550B County Home Road, offers affordable spay and neutering services to help prevent pet overpopulation. The clinic’s general opening times are Tuesday to Friday from 7:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call 321-8839 or visit spaytoday.net.

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