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Bryeanna Villani

Suzie’s story since arriving at the shelter is different from that of most animals. She came in as a stray and was thought to be pregnant. At that time, we only had room for a crate in the hallway outside of the office. Read more

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Neal is just something else, this big, handsome, goofy dog has a huge heart and a joyful personality. Neal came to the shelter as a stray. We think the black and white Great Dane is less than two years old. Read more

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Poor Arnold, this big boy didn’t have an easy life before coming to the shelter. He was found dumped at our front door one morning stuffed into a small cat carrier. Read more

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Meet Brutus, an adorable young boxer. Brutus is about two, but he doesn’t know it. This sweetheart is just a big ‘ol baby. He absolutely adores all people, and is fine with cats and other dogs. Read more

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Aurora is a friendly two-year-old black female cat. Aurora and her family were removed from a heartbreaking animal hoarding situation where they were malnourished. Read more

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Meet Bobby beagle, a charming little dude with lots of energy and love to share. This handsome, happy-go-lucky boy is ready to amuse you with his playful antics and cover you in kisses. Read more

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Say hello to Lola, a three-year-old medium-sized pit bull terrier with a beautiful brindled coat. Lola is our go-getter, a playful and outgoing dog with lots of energy to spare. Read more

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Meet our feline friend, dink Tracy. Like the comic strip detective, our dink Tracy is also the handsome gothic type, with his sharp black suit and big bright yellow eyes that don’t miss a thing. Read more

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Say hello to Samantha, an absolutely gorgeous, mostly black long-haired cat. Samantha has big, light green eyes and a white spot on her chest. Read more

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Say hello to Turtle, our big shy guy. Turtle is a plump 13-year-old male cat with a handsome white and tabby coat, and beautiful light green eyes. Read more

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Do you remember that great ’80s sitcom “Who’s the Boss?” Named after the dashing lead actor, our Tony Danza is also a strong, muscular, and outspoken type. This big handsome boy came to the shelter as a stray early in the summer. Read more

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If you remember the column from a few weeks ago about Sweet Pea, the loving beagle with the sad back story, then you already know Panda’s as well. Read more

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Allow me to introduce you to our devilishly handsome coonhound mix, Bristol. Bristol is one stunning dog specimen. Read more

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Our handsome and sleek short-haired tuxedo kitty, Francisco, was picked up as a stray, but a cat this sweet and social must have been a pet at some previous time in his life. Francisco is assumed to be about 3 years old... Read more

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Say hello to Lady, another super-sweet beagle here at the NCSPCA (we do have more than just beagles at the shelter, I promise). Lady is about a year old. She is a small beagle but she has a huge, loving personality that is just waiting to fill... Read more

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Jade is an absolutely stunning, petite, 2-year-old female gray diluted tortoiseshell cat. Jade has these limpid, pale green eyes that bring to mind the semi-precious stone for which she’s named. Read more

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Sweet Pea sure is one easy-going dog. The first part of her name doesn’t begin to describe this darling 1½-year-old beagle with beautifully expressive chocolate brown eyes. Read more

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Gidget is the sweetest dog you may ever meet. Young or old, canine or feline, no matter who, Gidget would love to be friends! Read more

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Suzie’s story since arriving at the shelter is different from that of most animals. She came in as a stray and was thought to be pregnant. At that time, we only had room for a crate in the hallway outside of the office. Read more

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Poor Arnold, this big boy didn’t have an easy life before coming to the shelter. He was found dumped at our front door one morning stuffed into a small cat carrier. Read more

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Meet Brutus, an adorable young boxer. Brutus is about two, but he doesn’t know it. This sweetheart is just a big ‘ol baby. He absolutely adores all people, and is fine with cats and other dogs. Read more

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Aurora is a friendly two-year-old black female cat. Aurora and her family were removed from a heartbreaking animal hoarding situation where they were malnourished. Read more

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Meet Bobby beagle, a charming little dude with lots of energy and love to share. This handsome, happy-go-lucky boy is ready to amuse you with his playful antics and cover you in kisses. Read more

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Say hello to Lola, a three-year-old medium-sized pit bull terrier with a beautiful brindled coat. Lola is our go-getter, a playful and outgoing dog with lots of energy to spare. Read more

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Sweet Pea sure is one easy-going dog. The first part of her name doesn’t begin to describe this darling 1½-year-old beagle with beautifully expressive chocolate brown eyes. Read more

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Gidget is the sweetest dog you may ever meet. Young or old, canine or feline, no matter who, Gidget would love to be friends! Read more

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LOKI, a brindle/boxer hound mix, is our featured pet this week. Read more

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  • Bryeanna Villani

    Bryeanna Villani — The Sun’s North Country SPCA’s weekly column works to publicize the shelter’s adoptable pets. Find out more at www.ncspca.org.