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SCRAPS Pet of the Week: Nickle and Sundae (10/16/14)

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Take a look at our featured 'Pet of the Week' friends: Nickle and Sundae

Nickle is worth a million. He is a beautiful dark gray with gorgeous eyes. He has a quiet personality but that changes once the petting starts. Nickle is definitely a good investment for any family.

Species: cat Breed: dsh
Name: Nickle neutered male Impound #: 2014-7725
Color: Dark Gray Age: 4 years old
Temperament: warm and loving
Health Issues: none
Background Information: Brought in found
What kind of family would this pet do best with? Any


Sundae is a real treat. He was a service animal for many years, but his owner passed away. Sundae is looking for a new family to serve and have fun with.

Impound: 2014-8436 Species: Dog spayed female C
Breed: Chihuahua/min pin Age: 7 years old
Name: Sundae Color: Tan
Temperament: Loving and friendly
Best Household: Marked as service animal
Health: none
Status: Picked Up

See these and other adoptable pets at:
Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service
6815 E. Trent, Spokane Valley, WA 99212
(509) 477-2532
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