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Pets of the Week: Elvis & the Chihuahuas

Love me tender, love me true! Photo courtesy of Voice for the Animals Foundation.
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This hunka hunka burning love is Elvis, an adorable 5-month-old orange Tabby looking for a new home. Elvis' owner is losing his home and can't afford to care for Elvis any longer. As much as Elvis would like to stay in his current home, he is anxious to meet his new owner. He hopes it will be a permanent one where he will get lots of cuddles, kitty treats, sunny spots for napping, and unconditional love.

Itty bitty puppy committee. Photo courtesy of Voice for the Animals.
Elvis has some very special friends who are also looking for new homes: three Chihuahua puppies! Like Elvis, these 11 week pups are also the victims of foreclosure. If you are looking for a puppy or puppies, look no further! These three have three more siblings, so they really need adopters.Both Elvis and his buddies, the three Chihuahuas are available for adoption through Voice for the Animals Foundation. Voice For The Animals Foundation is devoted to creating respect and empathy for animals through education, rescue, legislation, and advocacy. You can meet more of their adoptable pets every Sunday, 10am-1:30pm at the Farmers Market in Pacific Palisades.

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