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Sunday, March 29, 2009

For your consideration: Nana and Mardi

These girls have been waiting too long for their permanent homes.
Mardi is a young, female pit bull who was found on Magazine street in January and fostered for a month in a house with four other dogs and two young children. When they had to move across the country for work, they realized they could no longer keep her as they had planned. We found room for her at Canine Connection. She's up to date on shots, spayed and on heartworm prevention.

Nana is a white pit bull mix who was adopted from the LA-SPCA as a puppy. After less than a year, he developed health complications that forced him to leave his job and move in with relatives. He contacted us, because he was worried that Nana would fall into the wrong hands, or possibly be euthanized if taken to a shelter. Nana's been staying at Zeus' Place since October! She is spayed, heartworm negative, friendly with children and dogs. Yet so many other dogs have come and gone while she continues patiently waiting.

You can view our other adoptable dogs at Petfinder.

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