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Pals with paws: animals for adoption at the shelter

Among the animals waiting for adoption at the Rowan County Animal Shelter:
This smoke and white tabby is a handsome fellow who would love to find his future forever home.
He loves to nap and would be happy to warm your lap throughout the coming winter and Holidays. Rowan County Animal Control ID 51245.
Snow White is a very gentle lab mix who recently had puppies at the shelter. Now that her puppies have been weaned, she is hoping to find her new forever home.
She hopes that you will stop by the shelter and visit her, and perhaps she will become your new best friend. Rowan County Animal Control ID 50251.
Rowan County Animal Control Shelter hours are Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 8-11 a.m. The shelter is at 1465 Julian Road; 704-216-7768.
Adoption fee is $70.

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