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  • Best friends Smoke and Ash were rescued from the Hill Fire, and now they need a home

    Smoke and Ash are just two of many cats and kittens waiting to be adopted at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services' shelter. They were rescued at 5 weeks old after the Hill Fire, and now they're ready to be adopted. If you're interested in adopting these adorable best friends — or any other sweet kitties — visit the shelter or call 805-781-4413.

Smoke and Ash are just two of many cats and kittens waiting to be adopted at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services' shelter. They were rescued at 5 weeks old after the Hill Fire, and now they're ready to be adopted. If you're interested in adopting these adorable best friends — or any other sweet kitties — visit the shelter or call 805-781-4413. Ellen Perryess
Smoke and Ash are just two of many cats and kittens waiting to be adopted at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services' shelter. They were rescued at 5 weeks old after the Hill Fire, and now they're ready to be adopted. If you're interested in adopting these adorable best friends — or any other sweet kitties — visit the shelter or call 805-781-4413. Ellen Perryess

Shelter kittens Smoke and Ash survived a wildfire. Now they need a home

August 11, 2017 11:06 AM

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