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Pets of the Week – May 1

Pets of the Week – May 1

Pets of the Week – May 1
May 01
08:16 2015

Adriana Salazar / Contributing Photographer

The adorable animals below have been crowned the pets of the week and are available for adoption at the Linda McNatt Animal Care and Adoption Center located at 3717 N. Elm St.

Adoption hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lisa the dog is a one- to two-year-old female shepherd mix. Louie the cat is a two- to five-year-old male tabby.

Lisa is a loving dog who would love some company, as she gets very lonely without a companion. Louie is a very active kitty, he loves to play and jump around

For more information or to see more animals at the shelter, call (940) 349-7594 or visit www.dentonasf.com/shelter/adopt.

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Lisa, one- to two-year-old, female, shepherd mix, I.D. No. 56187

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Louie, two- to five-year-old, male, tabby, I.D. No. 56546

Featured Illustration by Edward Balusek – Visuals Editor.

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