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Pets of the Week: Darla & Paisano

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Meet Darla, a beautiful 8-month-old gray and white Maine Coon mix. This beauty was found wandering the streets. She has been tested, vaccinated, spayed, and is ready for a loving home. She gets along with other kitties as well. For more information, about Darla, please contact Purrfect Solutions. If you aren’t ready to adopt but would still like to help homeless cats, visit Zach’s Café in Studio City. Every Tuesday, mention Purrfect Solutions and 20% of your check will be donated to the rescue.

Paisano is a very happy 2-year-old pup who was found on a street corner, but without identification, so his human companions were never located. Paisano is a love bug and is looking for a family who will shower him with affection! He loves people and kids over 8 years old. As a Lhasa Apso, he is a bit apprehensive at first, but warms up quickly. Because of his beautiful coat, he will need regular grooming. Paisano would love a home with another dog to play and cuddle. He responds well to training is eager to learn. He would do best with a family that is willing to teach and engage him. Paisano becomes very attached and needs a home where he can be a part of the action. He doesn't like to be left alone for long periods of time. He also prefers to sleep with his humans or another dog to feel secure. He wants to be a part of the pack!

If you would like to meet Paisano, please contact Lhasa Happy Homes for more information about their adoption procedures.