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Pets of the Day: February 19

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One cat and dog we showcased last week from Columbus Animal Care and Control are still available and waiting for rescue. Here's a look at today's pets that deserve loving homes as well.

Tag 307 is a female Domestic Short Hair kitten, around 6 months old. This curious girl can't wait to experience life outside Animal Control. She's affectionate and loves to be around people.

Tag 310 is also a female Domestic Short Hair cat. She's very gentle, and is content simply spending time with a loving family. She's sure to be an excellent pet for any family.

Tag 379 is a male Rottweiler puppy. He's around 10 weeks old with an adorable face and personality. He will be a wonderful pet for any loving family looking to rescue a deserving animal.

Tag 320 is an adult Beagle mix, obviously a very affectionate boy. He is hopeful a loving family will provide him, and the rest of the pets at Animal Control, with another chance at life. He promises to repay you with puppy kisses!

For more information on these pets, visit Animal Control at 4910 Milgen Road or call (706) 653-4512.

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