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About Me: A regal girl who will let you pet her forever, Madge was most likely someone’s house pet before winding up at a Seattle shelter. The tiny tabby enjoys being pampered and playing with other kitties.
Contact: Best Friends Animal Society via their website
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About Me: Where there’s a window, Sabrina will find a way to get to it! This sassy green-eyed girl also enjoys inspecting cupboards and closets.
Contact: New York City ASPCA at 212-876-7700, ext. 4120, or visit the adoption center online
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About Me: There are two things that affectionate Ashley likes: toy mice and windows. Her dislikes? Other cats and dogs. Friendly with people, this independent kitty just wants to be loved.
Contact: Email via the Homeless Animal Rescue Team’s website
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About Me: The social, loving Chihuahua mix has been recovering from a broken leg with help from the staff at Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue clinic in Walnut Creek, Calif. His injury hasn’t slowed him down one bit; he loves attention and lap snuggling.
Contact: Animal Rescue Foundation at 925-256-1273
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About Me: This plump girl thought she had found her forever home a few months ago after she was surrendered by her owner. Unfortunately, the new owner’s medical issues forced her to be returned. Freckles isn’t shy about asking for a head rub or a warm lap to sit on.
Contact: Apply via the Providence Animal Rescue League’s website
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About Me: Found in a plastic bag at a Kirkland, Wash., Park & Ride when he was just a kitten, Watson’s life has been full of ups and downs. A decade after his previous owner adopted him, he was returned. The long-haired gentleman loves men and being carried around.
Contact: Meow Cat Rescue at 425-822-6369
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About Me: This beautiful dog’s life changed forever when children were born in his previous home and the family decided to give him up. According to Pals Animal Rescue Inc. in Wichita, Kan., Chance is one of the most well-behaved golden retrievers they’ve ever had. Obedient, patient and friendly with cats and dogs, he needs a new family to love him.
Contact: Pals Animal Rescue at 316-990-3647
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About Me: This boxer was rescued from a commercial breeding facility and taken in by the Main Line Rescue of Chester Springs, Pa. Volunteers have been working with the frightened dog, who has a heart condition, to help bring her out of her shell. She’d be happiest in a calm, low-energy home where she can build confidence.
Contact: Fill out an application on the Main Line Rescue’s website.
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About Me: The female brindle was found hiding in a bush after being attacked by coyotes near Villalobos, Calif. Recovered but a bit traumatized by her ordeal, Benita would rather spend time indoors hanging out with people or sleeping on her big, fluffy dog bed.
Contact: Villalobos Rescue Center via their website or by phone at 661-268-0555