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Second Chance Sunday: Carly and Charlotte

Second Chance Sheltering Network, Inc. is an all-volunteer,
not-for-profit animal rescue group serving the Western New York area. 
Their goal is to help place homeless animals while simultaneously
helping interested individuals find a new furry companion.  Every
Sunday, we run a homeless pet spotlight to help these animals find a
good home with a loving family. Please consider adopting an animal…

Meet the Sisters!

These two 1.5 year old sisters are bonded at the hip.  The have come to us together and they want to find a new home together.  They are like typical sisters with two different personalities… Carly is somewhat shy and Charlotte is outgoing and ready for anything.  They like to chase balls, sit in windows and watch whatever runs by, but most of all they love to be loved.  If you would like to make these beautiful calico sisters part of your home and double you pleasure and definitely double the fun, call Second Chance to put in an application at 652-6051. Adoption Donation: $90 per cat. Both sisters are spayed, negative for feline leukemia/FIV, had rabies/distemper vaccinations, flea control applied, 1st deworming and come with one month of free pet insurance.

More wonderful adoptable animals can be seen on our website:  www.secondchanceshelteringnetwork.com.

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