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From saving on your pet's healthcare to taking more cat naps, here are ways to make the coming year more pleasant for pet owners.
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Abandoned in Egypt, Gordy is now up for adoption in Atlanta, thanks to resale shop owner in Avondale Estates.
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When a homeless animal is rescued, it's great news. Adopted? Even better. But given a whole new life through reconstructive surgery? Extraordinary.
Pet adoption options at LifeLine include no-fee adoptions for veterans all year and, through Nov.18, cat lovers can adopt a new feline friend for only $9.
The Neighborhood Files, Count Us In
Adoption fees for felines at LifeLine Animal Project are 90 percent off Nov. 16-18. You can save money and, according to studies, owning a cat might just save your life.
When Rebecca Falco was told she and husband John couldn't bear children, they formed a family through open adoption. Five children and many adventures later, a book was born.
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