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Adopt an Animal

The staff at the Draper City Animal Shelter strive to find each animal that has made its way to the shelter a safe and loving home. Take a look at the animals that are available for adoption. Visitors are welcome to visit the shelter and the animals to see if they are a perfect fit for them and their families.


Gender: Male

Breed: Lab/cattle dog mix

Age: 1 year old

About Me: I'm a sweet guy who needs time to warm up to new people. I would do better in a home with older kids as I get frightened by loud noises and big movements. Once I get to know you I'm a big, goofy love bug. My shelter friends have been teaching me how to walk on a leash, sit and stay, take treats nicely, and fetch. I would love to have a playmate!

Contact Draper Animal Services if interested at (801) 576-1805.

Working cats help deter rodents at barns, farms, horse stables, other sustainable locations with outside shelter, or any property sustainable for independent-minded felines. These cats are spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Working cat adopters are responsible for providing food and water, shelter from the elements, long-term veterinary care, and must keep the animals contained to their property. 

Domestic Short Hair Cat - Black. Found in the area of 11900 S. 600 E.

Domestic Long Hair Cat - Brown tabby. Found in the area of 13200 S. 1200 E.

Domestic Long Hair Cat - Siamese mix, cream/tan/brown. Found in the area of 13200 S. Minuteman Drive.

Domestic Short Hair Cat - White/brown tabby. Found in the area of 13200 S Minuteman Drive.

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