East Bay pets of the week for May 28 – East Bay Times

Senara is the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society) 

Hi, I’m Senara, a joyful and adventurous adolescent girl that’s interested in all things and can’t wait to spread the love in my new home. I enjoy all kinds of toys, but I’m also a super-lovebug. I’m a very big puppy, so it’s important that my adopter has experience with large breeds. To learn more, visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about their new, no-contact adoption process at the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS).


Tasha is the pet of the week at the East Bay SPCA, Oakland. (photo courtesy of the East Bay SPCA, Oakland) 

This sweet soul Tasha traveled from Tulsa, Oklahoma, all the way to the East Bay. Now that she’s gained some weight and learned a few new tricks, she’s eager to find her forever home.

A larger canine mentor and/or an older human companion might help her continue her socialization journey. If you can go the extra mile and help Tasha learn to trust again, she would love to wag her twice-broken tail for you! To learn more about Tasha or schedule a meeting, email your completed East Bay SPCA, Oakland (EBSPCA), application to training@eastbayspca.org.


Cleo is Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter) 

Cleo is a sweet and sensitive 6-year-old girl that would love a quiet new home where she’ll be spoiled. Respectful older kids would be fine. She has also lived happily with other dogs and would probably enjoy the company of another mellow canine that doesn’t try too hard to make friends. Cleo is especially sensitive to loud noises, so on July 4 you might have to snuggle her nerves away. You won’t mind, though, because she’s so lovable. She’s a medium-size dog at 44 pounds and walks well on leash. Apply to meet this wonderful pet at the website of Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS), alamedaanimalshelter.org.


Olivia is the pet of the week with Community Concern for Cats. (photo courtesy of Community Concern for Cats) 

Tiny Olivia is as lovely as an opal gemstone. Her inner fire will surface when she feels at home. For this reason she needs a patient guardian and a quiet home. To meet her, email Renee at GiveThemAHappyLife@gmail.com. Community Concern for Cats’ (CC4C) adoption events on weekends are from 1 to 4 p.m. at 1250-H Newell Ave. in Walnut Creek. We also do virtual adoptions, and many of our adoptable cats can be seen online at communityconcernforcats.org.

— CC4C

Mika is Milo Point Richmond’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of the Milo Foundation) 

Marvelous Mika is sweet country gal with lots of love to share! She’s friendly with people and enjoys getting and giving love and attention. Just look at that tongue — she’s ready for kisses! She would love a home in a suburban or rural environment
as the only dog. Milo Point Richmond’s dedicated staff at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond is on duty every day caring for our animals. Contact us for assistance from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day except Tuesdays and see more pets on our website at milofoundation.org. We’ve saved more than 35,000 lives in 25 years.

— Milo Foundation

Bali is the Contra Costa SPCA’s pet of the week. (photo courtesy of the Contra Costa SPCA) 

Bali is a black and brindled female 1-year-old long-haired cat. Don’t let her bald nose fool you. She’s pretty, and so was, and will be, her nose. Not happy about being in a crate for a few days after being spayed she rubbed it raw but now it’s healing really well. This girl was abandoned by evicted tenants along with 30 others. Her foster owner says she’s a sweet, loving (pushy for petting) cat and enjoys being around people. For more information about any Contra Costa SPCA (CCSPCA) pets, please call Pat at 925-323-0667.