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Rosie and Scout hoping for homes

Rosie was neglected and suffering when a rescue pulled her to safety and got her immediate medical care.

Rosie is sweet and very tolerant with people she trusts. She has done well around submissive male dogs only and is ignoring the foster cat at this time.

Rosie is potty trained and working on her crate training, but would prefer to sleep in bed or on the sofa. She is scared meeting new men but does warm up with time.

She has not been around children while in foster care. She will be spayed, is chipped and up to date on shots and on flea/tick prevention.

To help sweet Rosie find a forever home, email freedomfirstrescue@gmail.com. ••

Scout was rescued from a busy intersection in a North Philly neighborhood. He craves attention and enjoys spending time with you no matter what you’re doing. He is a very curious and playful boy.

Scout is good with other cats and children, but does not appear to like dogs.

Scout, 6, is neutered and up to date on vaccines, and tested negative for the feline leukemia and immunodeficiency viruses.

For more information, to fill out an application or to volunteer at Northeast Animal Rescue, visit nar.rescuegroups.org. ••

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