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Gender: Female

Size: Large

Age: Adult

Hi!  My name is Libby! I am a super sweet 6 year old gal! I just arrived not too long ago, so I'm still getting to know the staff, but I am great on leash and know sit! Bagels, Kong wobblers and belly rubs are pretty cool, too.

My friends here actually think I might be part cat, since I just LOVE to climb up to sit on things that are off the ground…chairs, benches, you name it, I prefer to perch!

Providence's Adoption Center has scenic and serene grounds where you can walk me around. The staff would love to match you with your new best friend forever – and hopefully that's me! Stop by to meet me soon.

P.S. I am up-to-date on vaccines, spayed and microchipped.

Providence Animal Center relies on adoption fees and donations to save pets! Adoption fees vary per pet. To find out this pet’s adoption fee or for more information, please call the Adoption Center with this pet’s ID number.

Color: Black & White
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Location:  Kennels
ID:  A42919645
May be able to live with:
  • Older Kids
  • Dogs
  • How to Adopt

    Come stop by! We highly encourage prospective adopters to visit the Adoption Center as many times as they like to find the best pet to match their home and lifestyle. It’s our goal to make a perfect match the first time! Once you find a pet and fall in love, our trained adoption associates & counselors will be happy to assist you with the adoption process.

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    Even If You Can't Adopt, You Can Still Help!

    Foster Libby

    Foster parents are always needed for kittens, dogs and puppies. Some pets need as little as 2 weeks of care while others may need a few months.

    No matter how little or as much time as you can dedicate, there’s an animal that would benefit from your help.

    Sponsor Libby

    Your generous sponsorship will help cover the cost of the adoption package. It will also waive the chosen animal’s adoption fee!

    Pet sponsors receive updates about their sponsored pet and will be notified when that animal has found his or her forever home.

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