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Midnight a 3-month-old spaniel lab mix is available for adoption at SCRAPS in the Spokane Valley. 
 (Jody Lawrence-Turner / The Spokesman-Review)
Midnight a 3-month-old spaniel lab mix is available for adoption at SCRAPS in the Spokane Valley. (Jody Lawrence-Turner / The Spokesman-Review)

Midnight is cute and cuddly like all puppies, but she’s very timid. She spent most of the time when she was out of her cage at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service shelter trying to find a place to hide. A shelter staff member said Midnight should grow out of her timidity once she feels comfortable in a new, loving home. When she was in a quieter room, she was content to lie on a couch and be stroked from head to tail. She doesn’t appear to be house trained yet. She was brought to the shelter on June 22 after being found loose in the area of 7100 N. Edmond.

Anyone interested in adopting Midnight or other animals can visit the SCRAPS shelter at 2521 N. Flora Road, call the shelter at 477-2532 or visit the Web site at www.spokanecounty.org/animal. Dogs cost $75.01 to adopt, which includes a license, neutering, vaccinations, a microchip implant and a trip to the veterinarian.

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