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A king and a queen are ready for adoption

King is a 2- to 3-year-old pit mix, about 50 pounds.

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This injured stray was saved by NARPS rescue and is in foster care with another dog.

He is high energy and looking for an active family.

King is not a dog park dog, but listens well and knows some commands.

A home with older kids is appreciated so the babies don’t get knocked over.

This sweet boy is ready for his own home. The rescue has a trainer who will help King adjust to any new home.

Email noahsarkrescueps@yahoo.com. ••

Giselle, along with her sisters and their mom, was rescued when she was just a day old. Found living outside, the kittens and their mom were whisked away to a foster home and are in the care of Northeast Animal Rescue.

Giselle is very loving and affectionate. She is very active and loves to play with toys. She also enjoys humans more than other fur friends. She is extremely affectionate and enjoys your chest to rest when sleeping and your lap when you’re sitting up. She would do best in a home without children under 10.

Giselle, 20 months old, is spayed and current on vaccinations, and has tested negative for the feline leukemia and immunodeficiency viruses.

For more information, to fill out an application or to volunteer at one of NAR’s three Pet Valu locations, visit nar.rescuegroups.org. ••

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