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SCRAPS Pet of the Week: Sharpy & Rip Van Winkle

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Take a look at our featured 'Pet of the Week' friend: Sharpy & Rip Van Winkle

Species:               Cat / Male                                                           Breed:  Domestic Short Hair

Name:                  Rip Van Winkle                                                 Impound #:  2016-03683

Color:                    Brown Tabby                                                     Age:  Adult

Temperament:  Sweet

Health Issues:  None

Background Information:  Brought in Found

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

Additional information:  Looking for a funny little guy to fill your days with laughter and giggles?  Well here he is.  Rip has the sweetest meow that says, “Take me home and I will love you forever”.


Species:               Dog / Neutered Male                                    Breed:  Shar Pei

Name:                  Sharpy                                                                  Impound #:  2016-03882 (A11)

Color:                    Black                                                                      Age:  Adult

Temperament:  Charming

Health Issues:  None

Background Information:  Picked Up

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

Additional information :  What a fabulous guy!  Playful, high energy, and full of character.  He would benefit from training and learning on-leash skills.  He needs a special owner who will put the time into teaching him dog socialization.  He can be a bit rambunctious when meeting new dogs.

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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