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Pets of the Week: Sergeant Pepper & Suri

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Sergeant Pepper was relinquished by his family because they lost their home. Despite not being able to keep him, this young adult kitty was very loved. He's house-trained, very affectionate, cuddly, loves to play, and to have his belly rubbed. He would thrive in a fun, engaging family.

Sergeant Pepper is 4 years old, neutered, microchipped, FELV negative, with all routine shots up to date. He was diagnosed as FIV positive, but is very healthy and can lead a long life as an indoor cat and a single pet. With a little research, you'll see that an FIV positive cat can have a happy life.

Sergeant Pepper is currently with the Friends of Animals Foundation, a non-profit, no-kill rescue and adoption group based in West Los Angeles. The adoption fee for Sergeant Pepper is $125. For more information, contact Friends of Animals Foundation. If you are interested in meeting and adopting Sergeant Pepper, but have questions about the adoption fee or his FIV status, please do not hesitate to contact Friends of Animals Foundation. They are more than happy to work with an interested, caring human companion. Sergeant Pepper would love to be in a permanent loving home soon to retain his kitty sparkle!

Hello, I'm sweet Suri! I am a 3 year old Rat Terrier and Beagle mix full of love and waiting to be some lucky person's loyal companion. If you scratch my tummy, I will shower you with licks and wags. I love kind people and other dogs. I also love to cuddle, go on walks, and I am extremely smart and athletic. My tail is just one of my many uniquely loveable features. To learn more about adoption, please contact LIFE Animal Rescue or come by the mobile adoption today at the PetSmart in Westlake Village from 10am-5pm.

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The mission of LIFE Animal Rescue is to rescue homeless or abandoned dogs and cats and place them in permanent, responsible, and loving homes.