Georgie is a very sweet and mellow boy who is located in the cage A-17 at the shelter. He is a white boxer mix with a few black patches, he almost has a Great Dane look to him! Georgie was brought into the shelter on December 4th, 2014 after being found running around on Star Road in Brooksville. He is an older adult who was very skinny and a bit fearful at intake. However, after some T.L.C and peanut butter bones he has started to show his loving personality and gain some much needed weight. Georgie is currently showing no aggression towards any of the other animals in the shelter, knows basic commands, and is great on leash. He is a quiet snuggle bug with a youthful spirit. Georgie is already neutered and ready to be adopted into his forever home today!
This sweet little boy named Oliver is currently being featured in Cat Room 2. He is a domestic short hair with a very playful and spunky personality. He’s black and white and has a thing for shoelaces! He has shown no aggression with any of the other cats in the cat room. He is neutered, vaccinated and definitely ready to play with his new human best friend. This bubbly boy is a young adult and loves to give kisses with his sandpaper tongue. He was found roaming around the shelter parking lot on December 6th, 2014. Come in and meet Oliver, you’ll fall in love with this charming boy.
If you are interested in adopting Georgie or Oliver or any of the other wonderful dogs or cats waiting for new homes, please contact us at the Hernando County Animal Shelter @ 352-796-5062.
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The Couch to 5k program is designed to support and encourage anyone who wants to participate in the Brooksville Library 5K but is not yet a runner. It is perfect for Couch Potatoes! For more information visit the Brooksville Library 5K Couch to 5K page. The sixty day training will be facilitated by YMCA trainers in person and through social media on the Brooksville Library 5k Couch to 5K Facebook page. Watch the video.
Check out the new Local History section on our website! This section features upcoming events and links to resources and organizations in the area that celebrate our heritage. It also provides a link to the library’s oral history archive, “Local History Live!”. Check back often as the list of events is continually being updated.
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