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  • Meet the shelter cats and dogs getting help from the Animals Requesting Friends fund

    The Animals Requesting Friends fund at San Luis Obispo County Animal Services makes it possible for many homeless pets to start their lives again by paying for their medical needs and helping to get them healthy. Meet some of those animals, including Cutie the cat, who will get surgery for a damaged inner eyelid. She'll then be available for adoption.

The Animals Requesting Friends fund at San Luis Obispo County Animal Services makes it possible for many homeless pets to start their lives again by paying for their medical needs and helping to get them healthy. Meet some of those animals, including Cutie the cat, who will get surgery for a damaged inner eyelid. She'll then be available for adoption. Ellen Perryess San Luis Obispo County Animal Services
The Animals Requesting Friends fund at San Luis Obispo County Animal Services makes it possible for many homeless pets to start their lives again by paying for their medical needs and helping to get them healthy. Meet some of those animals, including Cutie the cat, who will get surgery for a damaged inner eyelid. She'll then be available for adoption. Ellen Perryess San Luis Obispo County Animal Services

Help these local shelter pets get the medical care they need

April 27, 2017 03:02 PM

UPDATED April 28, 2017 12:44 AM

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