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Henrick, Alabaster hoping to be adopted

Henrick is a German Shepherd estimated to be 2 years old. He was left at a local veterinary hospital, limping. X-rays showed that Henrick was actually shot. An amputation was required to end his pain and suffering. In foster care, he has met and made friends with many new people but, unfortunately, is not trusting of other animals. This has caused so many potential adopters to pass on Henrick, but his foster family knows there is someone out there who has room for Henrick to be an only pet. He knows many commands, including fetch. Even with three legs, goofball Henrick runs like the best of them. Email outofthewoodsrescue@yahoo.com for more information or to adopt Henrick. ••

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Alabaster, a hamster, came into Northeast Animal Rescue looking for his forever home after he aged out at a box store. He is a friendly hammy who is quick and very active. He is Campbell’s Dwarf hybrid. He needs more handling as he has been sitting around with minimal handling on a daily basis.

Details are at https://nar.rescuegroups.org/animals/detail?AnimalID=19053354.

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

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