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Pets of the Week: Coulson and Cupid

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Coulson is a nice, affectionate cat. He is a sweet gentleman who would love a lap to call his own. He gets along with most other cats and people of all ages. Bring out the catnip and he will be your friend for life!

Coulson is available for adoption at the spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center in Hawthorne. All adopted cats come with microchip, vaccinations, and a spay or neuter surgery.

Cupid is a 3-year-old Papillon/Japanese Chin mix. Rescued on Valentine's Day, New Leash on Life couldn't resist the urge to name this lover boy, Cupid. There is evidence that Cupid may have been abused in his previous home; he seems to be afraid of large boots and brooms. Despite his seemingly rough start in life, this guy is still a happy dog who loves walks, sniffing plants, and sitting in your lap. He is an active little guy who loves to run and play, especially with other dogs.Cupid is a graduate of Obedience Training and his adopters will receive one free courtesy training session. Cupid would like an experienced dog owner who is prepared to continue his behavioral training so that he can be the best dog he can be. To meet Cupid, submit an adoption application which can be found on the New Leash On Life website. New Leash On Life is a no-kill dog rescue located in Newhall. They rescue dogs from city and county shelters and re-home them to loving families. All adoptable dogs are vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed or neutered.