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LAist Pets Of The Week: Stevie Chihuahua & Tigger The Tabby

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By Ana Bustilloz/Special to LAist

Every Saturday, LAist will feature an adoptable cat and dog from a different local shelter or accredited 501c3 rescue organization. Take a look at these furry bundles and consider giving them a home, or forward their faces to your friends who may be interested.

This week's pets are from the Volunteers of Burbank Animal Shelter, a 501(c)(3) animal service agency that is devoted to providing medical, social, behavioral and financial care for animals at risk and determined to eliminate animal homelessness in the Burbank community.

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Stevie, like all Chihuahuas, is small but mighty! He is 6 years old and gets along well with other dogs. Stevie loves attention and his excellent temperament would make him a great family dog. He'd be happy happy in any size home but should be an indoor dog. He is ready to go home with his new family, just say the word! To meet this little creamsicle, contact the shelter and inquire about Stevie, ID#A036192.


Tigger will tug on your heart strings. He is a gorgeous orange 10 year old male neutered Tabby who lost his home when his senior person could no longer care for him. He's shy at first, but after he gets to know you, he'll be by your side looking for love and conversation. Since Tigger is used to being the only pet in the home that may be the best situation for him, but isn't mandatory. To meet this handsome fellow, contact the shelter and ask about Tigger, ID#A037417.