ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Every week WFXR News highlights pets ready for adoption in area shelters through our segment, Furry Friends!

On Tuesday, June 6th, Roanoke’s Regional Center for Animal Care and Protection (RCACP) volunteers Anita Finkle and Libby Carden brought two-year-old Frankie to the WFXR News studio.

Photo Courtesy: RCACP

Frankie is a black and tan coonhound mix. She is spayed and very friendly. Frinkle says Frankie enjoys being around people, has a cute smile, and is good with dogs. 

Right now, RCACP is full. Because of this, all adoptions are FREE through the weekend with an approved application.

If you are interested in adopting Frankie or any of the other adoptable animals at the RCACP, you can fill out an application.

You can also visit the RCACP’s website to learn more about the shelter’s adoption process, the foster program, or volunteer opportunities.