September 19 – 26 is ‘Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week!’

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Meet Lacy from the Michigan Animal Rescue League. Lacy is 11-years-old and has been declawed on all four paws. As a senior, it is more difficult to find Lacy a forever home, so we are placing her in our spotlight! She slightly overweight but is very sweet and has beautiful green eyes. She also loves to sit on laps. For… more information on how to adopt Lacy, please visit: http://www.michigananimalrescueleague.org/

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