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Adopt A Tiger

Tiger #A1357547 is about 7-years old, terrier mix box, neutered. He has been at the shelter since Aug 11 2016. Stray. located at Miami Dade https://www.facebook.com/urgentdogsofmiami/photos/a.474760019225073.115405.191859757515102/1330551330312600/?type=3&theater

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Pls adopt me. I need love and a forever home. New York, NY - Pit Bull Terrier Mix. Meet Tiger a Dog for Adoption. http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/10394425-new-york-new-york-yorkie-yorkshire-terrier-mix

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SAFE --- LISA (A1669957) I am a female brown tiger Terrier. The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 1 month old. I was found as a stray and I may be available for adoption on 01/07/2015. — hier: Miami Dade County Animal Services. https://www.facebook.com/urgentdogsofmiami/photos/pb.191859757515102.-2207520000.1420161007./901153059919098/?type=3&theater

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There's no moral difference between the animals, birds, fish, and insects we hunt, those we use for entertainment, those we kill for food and use as commodities, and those we love as members of our families. All animals, birds, fish and insects are sentient and have a right to live. Go vegan and stay vegan for them. It's the least we can do. Start here: www.befairbevegan.com Adopt, spay and neuter your companion animals!

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Please someone adopt Tiger. He had been there since end of 2014!!! 14-686 Tiger is an adoptable Pit Bull Terrier searching for a forever family near West Babylon, NY. Use Petfinder to find adoptable pets in your area.

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Very Sweet/Adorable, Injured Puppy, 1690557, Needs Rescue ASAP!!! Possible Fracture!!! SUN Program Category D-2!!!!!! TIGER (A1690557) I am a male brown brindle Mastiff mix. The shelter staff think I am about 6 months old and I weigh 41 pounds. I was found as a stray and I may be available for adoption on 04/13/2015. — Miami Dade County Animal Services. https://www.facebook.com/urgentdogsofmiami/photos/pb.191859757515102.-2207520000.1428526668./958881034146300/?type=3&theater

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It's a picture on the cover of a book named The Snow Leopard: Help Save the Endangered Species by Glenn Shirer and Marty Fletcher. The pictured at the Maxwell Wildlife: adopt a snow leopard is this one. I have to wonder about a foundation that leads you to believe the picture of the animal you are adopting is the same as the one they are showing.

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