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  • Meet pups Kiya and Pumpkin, two super sweet sisters looking for a home

    Kiya and Pumpkin are two Lab mix sisters who are happy, easygoing gals. They love people of all ages and appreciate any form of attention. Interested in making them part of your family? Call the SLO County Animal Services shelter at 805-781-4413.

Kiya and Pumpkin are two Lab mix sisters who are happy, easygoing gals. They love people of all ages and appreciate any form of attention. Interested in making them part of your family? Call the SLO County Animal Services shelter at 805-781-4413. Ellen Perryess San Luis Obispo County Animal Services
Kiya and Pumpkin are two Lab mix sisters who are happy, easygoing gals. They love people of all ages and appreciate any form of attention. Interested in making them part of your family? Call the SLO County Animal Services shelter at 805-781-4413. Ellen Perryess San Luis Obispo County Animal Services

‘Life is short. Eat more snacks’: These 2 sister shelter dogs live life to the fullest

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