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Looking for a forever home; Kelowna SPCA pet of the week

Bebe is available for adoption at the Kelowna SPCA.
August 13, 2017 - 2:30 PM

KELOWNA - Bebe, animal identification number 439302, is a beautiful five-year-old looking for a family who will give her lots of attention.

Bebe likes to cuddle with people and the Kelowna SPCA says she fills the role as the resident "Velcro baby." She always wants to give and receive attention.

As the "Velcro baby" she does not like to be alone. She doesn't want to be ignored and dislikes it when she isn't getting attention.

Her ideal home would be calm and where she can be a part of all family activities, says the Kelowna SPCA pet profile. She would like to be the centre of attention with experienced owners who can help her develop some independence.

Should would be able to live with other dogs but prefers human companionship, if given the choice. If you think Bebe is the right fit for your family please come down to the Kelowna SPCA to meet her. More information is available online.

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