ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — WFXR News continues to highlight adoptable pets at animal shelters across southwest and central Virginia during our Furry Friends segment.

On Tuesday, Sept 6, Libby Carden with Roanoke’s Regional Center for Animal Care and Protection (RCACP) brought seven-year-old Reese to the WFXR News studio.

Carden says Reese is very friendly and would do well with a forever family with children. While his temperament around cats is unknown, Reese does well with other dogs.

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

Carden says the shelter is at full capacity, so people are encouraged to stop by the facility to pick up a new furry friend. If your pet is missing, Carden suggests checking the RCACP to see if they’re at the shelter.

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