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April 28, 2009

Critters Need Homes

Sink00 animals pjtspets ho One cat-- sink not included. Contact leslie_vegangal@yahoo.com. He's a boy cat, litter-box trained.

ADDISON:
Addison

My name is Addison, but you can call me whatever you want as long as you pick me to go home with you! I am playful and friendly, but not your typical hyper one and a half year old Lab - I am quite mellow. My classic black coat is thick and shiny, and my eyes are gold. I love to rest my head on your lap for attention. I get along well with my foster sister who is smaller than me, and I'm great at being gentle when playing with her. I sleep very well and like to cuddle. I am also crate trained and housebroken. I recently learned how to sit and we're working on "stay" at the moment - not to worry, I learn fast! I have a few more tricks to learn and I'd love for some cool person to teach me.
 
If you are interested in meeting or adopting ADDISON or one of our other labs contact Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida by visiting labradorrescue.net  or call 1-866-464-LABS. LRROF has all our Labs microchipped, spayed or neutered, up to date on shots and each adoption comes with a 30 day pre-paid pet health insurance plan. All applicants will have a home inspection and vet reference (if applicable).

Stick00 animals pjtspets ho And this guy: Danny Boy, a puppy. "Danny Boy, is a lab mix, he is up to date on shots and has already been neutered. He is about 6 months old. He loves cats and dogs and people. His foster mom has a few cats and Danny boy has fallen in love with the cat, in fact they are inseparable. They play all day. Danny boy loves to go to the park and play with his toys. If anyone is interested they can contact Caroline at 305-775-1798."
 

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