Sat., Jan. 29, 2005
Sally Anne is no stranger to life in a rescue home. She was born into one when her momma was taken from an overpopulated barn, along with five other pregnant cats. Sally Anne was adopted by a family as a kitten, but returned to the rescue group when the children developed allergies. The fluffy, affectionate kitty is ready for another try. Her mother, now spayed, is the only one of the expectant mommas that still needs a home. Both mother and daughter share sweet, mellow genes. Call Second Chance Pet Rescue 664-4106 or visit www.petfinder.com/shelters/secondchancepetrescue.html.
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