SCRAPS Pet of the Week: Chimmy and Jeep (04/09/15) - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

SCRAPS Pet of the Week: Chimmy and Jeep (04/09/15)

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Chimmy is looking for a forever home where he can enjoy watching out his very own window with plenty of room to explore and sunbath when the weather is just right. Chimmy is looking for a forever home where he can enjoy watching out his very own window with plenty of room to explore and sunbath when the weather is just right.
Jeep is a young lab mix that is ready to fetch and play.  He needs some additional training but can already sit and stay. Jeep is a young lab mix that is ready to fetch and play. He needs some additional training but can already sit and stay.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Take a look at our featured 'Pet of the Week' friends: Chimmy and Jeep


Chimmy is looking for a forever home where he can enjoy watching out his very own window with plenty of room to explore and sunbath when the weather is just right.


Species: Cat neutered male

Breed: DSH 

Name: Chimmy

Impound Number: 2015-01931 

Color: Grey and White 

Temperament: Sweet

Health Issues: none 

Brought in Found Type of family: Any


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Jeep is a young lab mix that is ready to fetch and play. He needs some additional training but can already sit and stay. 


Species: Dog male 

 Breed: Lab mix 

Name: Jeep 

 Impound Number:2015-02080 

Color: Black 

Temperament: Sweet 

Health Issues: none 

Brought in Found 

Type of family: Any


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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