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NKLA Adoption Pets Of The Week: Precious & Felicia:

Stop by the state-of-the-art NKLA Pet Adoption Center in West Los Angeles to meet dogs and cats from featured NKLA Coalition partners.

Adoption specials daily include waived adoption fees. All pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated.

All adoptions include a personalized pet I.D. tag, a bag of food, and one month of pet insurance.

This week’s first featured pet is Precious! Whether it’s playing with squeaky toys, taking an afternoon nap with her favorite stuffed toy, or just being around people, Precious is sure to steal your heart.

Precious may have had a rough start in life, but she doesn’t let that bring her down.

She may need some extra time to get used to new surroundings and people but once she is comfortable her sweet and amazing personality shine.

Precious is about 18 months old, and she is ready to be someone’s new best friend. Are you able to give Precious the patience and love she has been waiting for? Precious is from NKLA Coalition partner Love that Dog Hollywood.

Her adoption fee is sponsored by a family who love her, but cannot adopt at this time, so Precious is free to adopt!

This week’s second featured pet is Felicia! Felicia is a 10-month-old brown and white Tabby who is friendly and social.

She is the best of both worlds; Felicia is up for a silly, playful session with a feather toy, and when it’s time to relax, she will cuddle in your lap for hours.

If you are looking to add a beautiful, social cat to your family, stop by to meet Felicia! She is from NKLA Coalition partner Best Friends-Los Angeles and available to adopt at the NKLA Pet Adoption Center.

NKLA is located in West L.A. and is open daily from 12-8 pm at 1845 Pontius Ave.

For more information, call 424.208.8840 or visit nkla.org/PetAdoptionCenter.

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