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Pets of the week

  • Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Scarlett

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St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times features Pets of the Week each Wednesday.

Meet Miss Scarlett, a beautiful brown and white Tabby who was found all alone in a local community park. After she was found, Scarlett made her way to SFAC. Scarlett has made many friends and enjoys being with other kittens, and loves people. If you are interested in adopting, come meet Miss Scarlett today.

Hi, I知 Holly. I知 a black Lab Retriever mix. I知 a sweet girl with an outgoing personality. I love being around people and getting attention. When I知 not getting loved on you can find me playing with toys or taking long naps. I知 looking for someone to take me home and call me their best friend. I知 a loyal girl who will never leave your side. Please come adopt me today.

Hi y誕ll, my name is Darling, and I知 a tan Bulldog mix. I知 just what my name implies, a little darling. I知 as sweet as they come, and I love to be around people. I致e been looking for what seems forever to find a home that will make me a part of their family permanently. My heart breaks a little more every day that passes that I go without a home. My heart yearns for the love that I so desperately deserve. If you致e been looking for someone as sweet as me to share your love with, please come visit me today.

St. Frances Animal Center is having a 哲ame your adoption fee event through Aug. 31. Minimum $50 donation for puppies and small breed dogs. All adoptions come with spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations and all monthly preventatives up to date and 30 days free pet insurance.

For information, call 546-0780 ext. 222, or visit at 125 Ridge Road, Georgetown. Appointments are preferred.

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