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Victoria is CC4C's Pet of the Week for March 28.

CC4C

Victoria is a 1-year-old, spayed female who was living on the streets when she was hit by a car, suffering significant injuries to her pelvis and tail. Community Concern for Cats rescued her, provided surgery, medical care and TLC. This week, she is having her tail amputated, and will be available for adoption after recuperation. Victoria loves to be petted, and watching the world from her "princess chair" (pictured). She also likes to run, despite the recent trauma. Contact Cris Stahl at 415-240-0124 or email crisstahl1@gmail.com.

GOLDEN RESCUE

PiGi is a 10-year-old, neutered male golden retriever left behind by his former owners. He is very well-mannered and is good on a leash for walks, and knows sit and lie down. He enjoys having his coat brushed, being with kids, other dogs, and is OK with cats. He is happy, good-natured and loves to be with his human companions. Contact Dolores at 209-824-2049 or visit www.ngrr.org.



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