The 12 Strays of Christmas

The 12 Strays of Christmas

Shelter's adoption event growing in popularity
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Cookie is dressed for his stroll down Main Street in the 12 Strays of Christmas program at the Cortez Animal Shelter. Cookie was adopted by Kerri Ransdell.
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Yetti, left, a 4-month-old male black mouth cur, and Cheyenne, a 14-year-old female schnauzer, dress for “12 Strays of Christmas” on Thursday afternoon. The black dog pictured above, named Cookie, was adopted after her participation by Kerri Ransdell. The pet adoption program is in its second year at the Cortez Animal Shelter.
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Marsha Gard walks Yetti, a 4-month-old male black mouth cur, down Main Street on Thursday afternoon as part of the "12 Strays of Christmas" pet adoption program that the Cortez Animal Shelter puts on. Dogs dress in Christmas clothing and walk in downtown Cortez. Each animal displays its sponsor. Yetti is sponsored by Domino Hawks. This is the second year of the program that spans more than a week around Christmas.

The 12 Strays of Christmas

Cookie is dressed for his stroll down Main Street in the 12 Strays of Christmas program at the Cortez Animal Shelter. Cookie was adopted by Kerri Ransdell.
Yetti, left, a 4-month-old male black mouth cur, and Cheyenne, a 14-year-old female schnauzer, dress for “12 Strays of Christmas” on Thursday afternoon. The black dog pictured above, named Cookie, was adopted after her participation by Kerri Ransdell. The pet adoption program is in its second year at the Cortez Animal Shelter.
Marsha Gard walks Yetti, a 4-month-old male black mouth cur, down Main Street on Thursday afternoon as part of the "12 Strays of Christmas" pet adoption program that the Cortez Animal Shelter puts on. Dogs dress in Christmas clothing and walk in downtown Cortez. Each animal displays its sponsor. Yetti is sponsored by Domino Hawks. This is the second year of the program that spans more than a week around Christmas.
Cortez Animal Shelter information

For more information about the '12 Strays of Christmas' program, how to sponsor a dog, volunteer in the program or how to adopt a pet, please call the Cortez Animal Shelter at 565-4910.

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