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

Tutu
Image Credit: BC SCPA

Tutu

Tutu is a 3yr old darling with a great attitude. She'll bask away her day chasing sunbeams, is independent and will let you know when she wants a hug.

Animal ID 302374 (You'll need this when contacting the SPCA about Tutu)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sugar

Sugar
Sugar
Image Credit: BC SCPA

Sugar is the diva of the front office,  1½years old she loves to be carried everywhere, is the perfect lapdog and has a long and happy life to look forward to in your home. You have to see this pint sized princess to adore her. Imagine the cutest dachshund/chihuahua cross and it's our Sugar!

Animal ID 313249 (You'll need this when contacting the SPCA about Sugar)

 

BC SPCA South Okanagan/Similkameen

(250) 493-0136
penticton@spca.bc.ca


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