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Pets of the Day: March 7

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We are pleased to report all 8 animals we showcased last week were adopted or rescued from Columbus Animal Care and Control. Here is a look at just a few of the pets that need your help today.

Tag 200 is a male Domestic Short Haired cat.  He's a loving and charming guy who has already mastered the art of winking. He deserves a loving family and home to call his own. (CG: Tag 200, Columbus Animal Care and Control)

Tag 225 is a male Domestic Short Haired cat who is already neutered. He's very lovable and adventurous, ready to experience life outside Animal Control.  (CG: Tag 225, Columbus Animal Care and Control)

Tag 254 is a 6-week-old Jack Russell Terrier mix. This little guy is an excellent puppy with a sweet-natured and affectionate personality. He deserves to grow old with a forever family. (CG: Tag 254, Columbus Animal Care and Control)

Tag 195 is a male Bulldog mix. He has an outstanding temperament and loves to play. He is the perfect rescue for a family who wants a loyal and deserving pet. (CG: Tag 195, Columbus Animal Care and Control)

For more information on Animal Control and how you can save a life, give them a call at (706) 653-4512, or visit them at 4910 Milgen Road.

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