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    What a handsome dude.

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    He's adorable!

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    Enjoy your new addition and discovering his unique little quirks that make pets so much fun!
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    Cute kitteh!

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    Raymond is very cute!!

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    In the picture, Raymond looks like a "Rum Tum Tugger". Rock On!

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    Congratulations!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    He is very cute! So cute!

    Here it is the opposite, the shelters are full and they’re not taking any more. I guess the Covid bump is over. It’s actually what I feared during Covid but it was just the opposite —people stayed home and wanted pets. Now they’re starting to leave and they’re dumping their animals.
    We don't seem to have a major problem with that here, if Wings of Rescue provides a clue. They regularly fly pets from overcrowded shelters up here to the Seattle area, where they quickly find homes. Our spay and neuter charities are very active too, which helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    We don't seem to have a major problem with that here, if Wings of Rescue provides a clue. They regularly fly pets from overcrowded shelters up here to the Seattle area, where they quickly find homes. Our spay and neuter charities are very active too, which helps.
    Even before Covid, it is my understanding that the northeast was bringing pets up from southern states for adoption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    Even before Covid, it is my understanding that the northeast was bringing pets up from southern states for adoption.
    Yes, that tends to be the path.

    We have many good old boys and get a folk who like breeding their household pets.

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