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July 13, 2012

APET Rescue – July 13, 2012

Dogs

Sadie is an 18-month old female terrier mix. She is very sweet and has a wonderful personality. She gets along well with our other dogs, loves to play fetch and go on walks.

Piper is a 5-year old male Lhasa Apso. He can be shy at first but once he knows you are his friend, there is no turning back! He is a lover! Piper loves to be close to his human friends. He enjoys lap time, belly time & treat time. Piper will make a great pet to one lucky family! Could that family be yours?

Cheeto is a 6 month old male Malamute puppy. He loves to play with all the other dogs and loves being around people. He is silly and funny as puppies are and is oh so cute. If you are looking for a new addition to your family, he would be a great one! Stop by and fall in love with him.

Spike is a 5-year old male Chihuahua. Spike is looking for a loving lap and a second chance. He loves to cuddle and lick your face. He is very handsome and he is a good listener. He can be shy at first but if you take your time and get down to his level, he will be your friend before you know it! Spike gets along well with other dogs & does not seem to pay much attention to cats. Please stop by to give him some belly rubs and see if maybe it would be a match made in heaven. :)

Moxie is a 4-year old terrier mix. She is a shy girl but a wonderful dog when she gets to now you. She is a real sweetie who is just adorable. Come by and meet her.

 

Cats

Spot is a 2-year old female calico. She is a real cutie. She loves affection.

Toes is a 1-year old male black cat. He loves to play with his toys and snuggle with people and other cats. He is named Toes because he has white toes on his back feet. Come by to see him some time …

Kitty is a 1-year old female black cat. She is quite a character. She loves water (which is quite uncharacteristic of cats). She has a lot of energy. She loves running and pouncing on toys as she runs around her room. She is so funny and quite a beauty.

Daisy is a 10-year old female orange tabby. She is a beautiful girl. She is mellow, likes to sit in your lap and just chill out. She is a loveable girl who needs a great home. Will you be her new friend?

Murray is a 6-year old male orange tabby. He is very social with people and other cats. Therefore, he should go to a home that has some buddies for him to interact with. He is very laid back and loves affection. Come by and meet him today!

 

APET Rescue is looking for adult volunteers. If you are interested, visit APET Resuce at 615 South Forbes Avenue, or call (661) 258-9525.

APET Rescue is open 4:30 – 6 p.m., Monday – Friday, and 3:30 – 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.




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