Lost and found pets
LOST: “Clyde,” cat, neutered tabby with white paws, medium-slender, microchipped, Cambria Drive-Allen Road and Greenville Boulevard, 531-7267; “Faith,” cat, neutered, tan and gray, 2 years old, 10 pounds, has stomach pouch, black collar with identification, Springbrook Drive, 443-766-6118; “Sammie,” Rottweiler mix, 5 months old, West Fourth Street, 864-6883; “Pain-O,” pit bull, male, 8 months old, brown, small white spot on back, medium size, folded ears, Penncross Drive and Frog Level Road, 367-3962; cat, spayed, black, 5 years old, Wesley Church Road, Farmville, 341-6557.
FOUND: Labrador, black, male, large, 902-1731; Dachshund, male, black, small and slender, Portertown and Willow Run Drive, 902-1731. (All reclaims must provide proof of ownership.)
The Humane Society of Eastern Carolina will host a Bone Appetit fundraising event from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday-Saturday at Famiglia, 740 W. Fire Tower Road. A percentage of food and drink sales will be donated to the Humane Society. Write HSEC on the receipt and alert the server. For more information, visit hsecarolina.org.
Pet Food Pantry
The Pet Food Pantry of Eastern North Carolina, 408 W. Arlington Blvd., is a charitable pet food resource that provides free pet food and supplies to qualifying low-income households.
The organization also assists owners with spaying and neutering services as well as rabies vaccinations. To donate or to host a pet food drive, visit petfoodpantryenc.org or call 689-6122.
Spay Today, 4550B County Home Road, offers low-cost spay and neuter services to prevent pet overpopulation. The clinic’s hours general operating hours are 7:15 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays.
Call 321-8839 or visit spaytoday.net.