Sadie, who was in today's paper was adopted! This is Daisy, who is a very patient girl. She is a different cat when out and in someone's arms. She is a 2 to 3-year-old tuxedo cat. (Submitted photo)
Sadie, who was in today's paper was adopted! This is Daisy, who is a very patient girl. She is a different cat when out and in someone's arms. She is a 2 to 3-year-old tuxedo cat. (Submitted photo)
Sadie is a puppy that really enjoys attention. She will sit on command and could learn lots of other things. She is very affectionate and likes kids. She is only 9 to 11-months-old. She is a Boxer mix who is fawn and white. She weighs 40 pounds and would prefer to be an indoor dog. Sadie was adopted! Daisy is pictured, top, instead.

Tenesha, bottom, is a sweet girl that likes to go for walks, does well on a leash and will seek out guidance. She is smart and with training will make a great addition to any household. She likes kids and doesn't mind other animals. Her puppies have all been adopted. She is a 2 to 3-year-old, black and merle Labrador Retriever and Australian Cattle Dog mix that weighs 43 pounds.

The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 21 dogs and puppies, and 18 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com.

Normal shelter hours are Monday, Thursday and Friday from noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday from 1 to 7 p.m., Saturday from noon to 4 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. It is closed Tuesday. The shelter number is (812) 273-1788 and the email is jcas39@seidata.com.

The shelter is accepting applications for foster parents, who would be willing to care for dogs and cats in their homes. Possible foster situations include pregnant and nursing animals, dogs recuperating from heartworm treatment, puppies and kittens that need to be bottle fed and special needs animals. Applications are available at the shelter.

Volunteers are always welcome at the shelter to help with walking dogs, playing with puppies and kittens and many other tasks. Volunteers must be 16 years old.

The shelter is in need of bagged dry kitten food and cat toys. A list of needed items can be found on the shelter website. Donations can be mailed to 2727 Hannah Drive, Madison, IN 47250 or dropped off during shelter hours.

Those with missing pets can stop by the shelter, call or email a complete description of the pet, when and where it was last seen, the owner's name and contact information, and a picture of the pet. Pets are held for three days for owners to reclaim them, before they are made available for adoption.

Animals should not be abandoned outside of the shelter or dropped off at the shelter after hours.

For animal control issues in Madison call (812) 265-3347. For animal control issues in Hanover and Jefferson County call (812) 265-2648.