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PET PALS: Two 3-month-old Tabby cats need a home

Two 3-month-old Tabby Kittens are looking for their forever home.

Pet Pals: 8-year-old Beagle is looking for a home

A 8-year-old Beagle is in need of a home.

Pet Pals: Two 8-month-old Yorkshire Terriers need a home

Two 8-month-old Yorkshire Terriers are in need of a new home.

Pet Pals: 13-year-old Great Dane Lab Mix needs a home

A 13-year-old yellow great dane labrador mix is looking for their new forever home.

New Hanover County animal shelter back open, new adoption process during pandemic

Throughout the pandemic, animal services have restricted access, and not been able to adopt out pets.

PET PALS: 1-year-old domestic short-haired siblings need home

Two young cats who are siblings are looking for a new home.

PET PALS: 1-year-old Basset Hound mix needs home, name

This week's pet pal is a one year old black and white male Basset Hound mix.

Pet Pals: 8-month-old Pit Bull mix needs home, name

This week's pet pal is an 8-month-old, female Pitt Bull who needs a name and a home. 

Pet Pals: 12-year-old Basset Hound Retriever mix with an old soul

This week’s Pet Pal is a 12-year-old Basset Hound Retriever mix named Ripple who is looking for a loving home.

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