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City of Vicksburg Animal Shelter’s featured adoptable pet, “Sinny”



Sinny is waiting to meet her forever family. Photo credit: Kacie Lindsey

“Sinny” is patiently waiting to be adopted by her forever family at the City of Vicksburg Animal Shelter.

About Sinny

Sinny was named after Frank “Ole Blue Eyes” Sinatra for her striking blue eyes. She’s a one year old sweetheart mixed with lab and cur and would make an excellent hunting partner or family dog. Sinny is gentle and friendly to cats and other dogs. All she wants is to be loved on and pet since she really loves people.

Ameristar Casino is where she was picked up. Shelter director, Kacie Lindsey, expected someone to claim her due to her striking appearance and sweet nature. It seemed that she had a family prior to her life on the streets. Nobody ever claimed her in the end and she has yet to be adopted. “I’m shocked she is still there,” said Lindsey. “People always adopt the ones that look different like her.”

She’s is very smart. Sinny is good on a leash and listens very well. Her coloring is creamy beige and brindle and she has an adorable red nose. Currently, she is medium in size but she may have a little more room to grow. The only thing missing from her life is the perfect family or partner in crime. She’d be perfect for growing up alongside children and would also be an excellent adventure companion for a single person household.

Sinny does very well on a leash and listens like a good girl. Photo credit: Kacie Lindsey

Could you be Sinny’s hero?

Every week, dogs come into the City Shelter. Not all of them are fortunate enough to find a loving home. This dog is unique and lovable. She deserves the comforts of a warm lap and soft bed. Sinny is destined to become a life long friend and beloved family member.

To adopt Sinny, contact the City of Vicksburg Animal Shelter during regular business hours. They are open on Mondays from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Tuesdays-Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The shelter is located at 100 Old Mill Road and their number is 601-636-6982.

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