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Pets of the Week: Kittens Max and Lucy, and a White Husky Named Snow

Two kittens is better than one! Photo by Echo Park Animal Alliance.
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Max and Lucy were rescued from a foreclosed home and are now looking for a new family. They are about 4 months old, vaccinated, spay/neutered, microchipped, and socialized. Lucy (black and white) is very shy at first but once she trusts you she is extremely loving and wants to sit in your lap. She likes to relax in the garden on sunny days. Lucy is curious and quiet; she has a very soft meow. She likes affection and to sleep near you at night. She will be your best friend forever! She would prefer a canine free home — big doggies are too much for her! She is very close to her siblings, especially her brother Max.

Max (black) is the boldest of his four siblings. He is an excellent explorer, who likes to climb trees and run fast. He loves to chase string and will carry balls of yarn to his bed. Max is very loving and affectionate and likes to be held and cuddled. Max, too, has a quiet meow and loves to sleep on your bed at night.

Max and Lucy are currently being cared for by the Echo Park Animal Alliance. The Echo Park Animal Alliance is a grass-roots alliance of neighbors and animal lovers committed to helping people help animals in need within the Echo Park Community. The Echo Park Animal Alliance is having its annual fundraiser this Saturday from 12p-5p and Sunday from 12p-6p at 1850 Echo Park Avenue to raise funds for spay/neuter programming and outreach.

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I'm looking for a loving home, is it yours? Photo by Pasadena Humane
This is Snow (A298137), a 4-year-old white Siberian Husky. She can be a bit shy so a loving and attentive family would be best. A nurturing environment would give her the boost of confidence she needs to blossom. She is ready to go to a loving family today! She has been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. Snow is available at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA. The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA is an independent, donor-supported, non-profit agency that provides animal care for abandoned and homeless animals.