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Pets of the Week: Bob & Juliet

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Bob is an adorable 2-year-old English/American Bulldog mix. Bob is an extremely friendly and loving dog. He gets along great with other dogs and people. Bob doesn't mind cats either! He is a sweet mild-mannered boy who would do well in any type of family or house-hold. He is a special boy who has a neurological condition. It is currently being treated and his condition doesn't cause him any pain, but creates a small disorientation when he walks. Bob really wants a forever home! If you would like to meet Bob, contact Ace of Hearts, a group that rescues dogs from city shelters and finds them loving homes.

Meet Juliet! She is a young, stunning kitty lady with a unique look and markings. She was found in the Canyons a couple of months ago and brought to Friends of Animals Foundation by a good Samaritan. She's less than one year old and a very beautiful, healthy little girl with a playful and engaging personality. She's equal parts fun, mellow and affectionate -- always ready to play and have a good time! Juliet is very healthy, spayed, up to date on all routine shots. She would be thrilled to find a forever home where she would undoubtedly blossom. Juliet is currently with the Friends of Animals Foundation, a non-profit, no-kill rescue and adoption group based in in West Los Angeles. Another kitty from Friends of Animals Foundation, Sergeant Pepper, was featured on LAist in June and is still looking for a home.