PET LICENSES: Hey pet owners — did you know that it is against the law to not have your dog licensed? If your pup is over four months, then he is required to wear a license tag. To obtain a license, you’ll need a current rabies certificate and written proof that your dog is spayed or neutered. Applications are at City Hall, S.B. County Animal Shelter (5473 Overpass Rd.), Santa Barbara Police Department, and at veterinarians’ offices. You can also apply for a license online by visiting petdata.com. For more information about licensing, contact Santa Barbara County Animal Services Project PetSafe Team at 934-6968.
TWO-FOR-ONE KITTENS: If you’ve been wanting to adopt a kitty, now is the time. Through the end of September, Santa Barbara County Animal Services is offering two wee cats for the price of one. For $65, you can bring home two fur balls that are up-to-date on vaccinations and have been spayed or neutered. In addition to being a hoot to watch, two kitties are inclined to play together and less likely to take their boredom out on the couch or curtains. To find your kittens, visit ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program) Cats at the S.B. County Shelter (5473 Overpass Rd.). Check out the adoptable felines at asapcats.org.
Larry D. Moore 2008