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Pets of the Week: Kitty Luna and Chihuahuas Lady & April

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Luna is a 2-year old cat who's sure to blossom in a home where she is the center of attention. A somewhat shy girl, Luna craves the company of one or two main people to bond with, who will dote on her but who also appreciate that sometimes she just wants to be alone (don't we all?). Luna is playful and loves older male cats, so if you've got a boy in need of a playmate, Luna is sure to get along with her new brother and keep him entertained. This beautiful grey and white gal can be seen at Sante D'or every Friday through Sunday noon to 5pm, or come by Furry Friday, their extended hours May 25th 5pm-9pm. Location and pet adoption information can be found on their website.

Lady and April, came to the Voice for the Animals Foundation with a litter of puppies. Over the past few months these sweet girls have watched and waited patiently while each of their eight puppies found a forever home, but are still waiting for a home of their own. Lady has beautiful soulful eyes and April hops around at your feet wanting pets and kisses. They are the perfect duo and will bring such joy to any family or individual.

Lady and April are Chihuahua mixes. Lady who is 5 years old, is the mother to April, who is 2 years old. They are incredibly bonded and need to be adopted together. The ladies are good with children and dogs, but would prefer a household without cats. They are potty trained and recently learned how to use a doggy door.

If you would like meet Lady and April, email Voice for the Animals' Director of Adoptions and Rescue, Gabriela Garcia at or call (310) 392-5153.

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Visit them at their adoption event every Sunday at the Pacific Palisades Farmer's Market.

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