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SCRAPS Pet of the Week: Boo & Owl

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Take a look at our featured 'Pet of the Week' friends: Boo & Owl

Species:               Dog / Female                                     Breed:  Labrador

Name:                  Boo                                                        Impound #: 2015-08828

Color:                    Brindle                                                 Age:  Senior

Temperament:  Sweet

Health Issues: See medical sheet

Background Information:  Picked Up

What kind of family would this pet do best with? Any

Additional information:  Boo is a sweet older lady looking for her forever home.  She is a bit anxious her in the shelter but a bit of TLC will fix her right up.  She does have some aches and pains associated with her age, but this does not stop her.  Please consider Boo for your home. 


Species:               Cat / Male                                           Breed:                 Domestic Short Hair

Name:                  Owl                                                        Impound #:        2015-08678

Color:                    Grey w/White Tabby                     Age:  Adult

Temperament:  Shy

Health Issues:  None

Background Information:  Brought in Found

Additional Information: This boy has the eyes to hypnotize.  WOW!  He is a handsome man looking for his forever home.  He is a bit shy but does come out of his shell once he is comfortable.  Show him patience and he will show you love.


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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