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Adoptable Pets of the Day: September 30

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We're happy to report that seven of the eight pets we showed last week have been adopted or placed with rescue groups! One cat (Tag #74) is still available at the shelter. Here's a look at some of this week's pets in need of a forever home. 

Tag 319 is adult male Chihuahua with tan and white fur. This boy loves to play and be held. He will make an excellent family pet.

Tag 392 is a male Domestic Shorthaired kitten with orange and yellow fur. This handsome guy is sure to be the sunshine of your life!

Tag 382 is an adult male Terrier mix with gray fur. He's very affectionate and can't wait to share his love with you.

Tag 225 is an adult female Domestic Shorthaired silver Tabby cat. She is playful and enjoys spending time with people and other animals.

For more information on how you can help these deserving pets find a home, visit Columbus Animal Care and Control at 4910 Milgen Road or call them at (706) 653-4512. You can also visit their official website

 

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