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Looking for a forever home, Penticton SPCA Pet of the Week

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April 21, 2014 - 11:49 AM


The Penticton SPCA is currently have 2 adult doves and 2 baby doves in their care.

All are looking for a forever home.

The SPCAs ask any potential adopters to do their research on doves in regards to the amount of space and care they require.

They require a large home, preferably an aviary. These birds are quite tame and make the funniest noises, often found giggling and cooing away.

If interested please contact the Penticton SPCA 250-493-0136.

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