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Pets of the Day: March 1

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Here is a look at today's adoptable pets at Columbus Animal Care and Control. These animals are only granted a short amount of time to be rescued – so short that they aren't even given names. Here are just a few deserving pets that need your help.

Tag 270 is a male Domestic Short Haired cat. This guy loves to explore and spend time with people and other pets. He will be a perfect addition to any home.

Tag 101 is a female Domestic Short Haired cat who is already spayed. She has a beautiful coat and an affectionate, kind-hearted personality she wants to share with you.

Tag 131 is a male Labrador mix, about 8-weeks-old. He has four brothers and sisters at Animal Control who are also in urgent need of rescue. This sweet boy will be a loyal and loving family pet.

Tag 107 is a male Bulldog mix, who is 10-weeks-old. He can't stop wagging his tail at the thought of a forever home. He hopes he will be rescued by a loving family, and the rest of the pets there will be, too.

All of these pets are available for adoption at Columbus Animal Care and Control. For more information on these animals and how you can help, visit Animal Control at 4910 Milgen Road, or call (706) 653-4512.

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