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Adopted! Pet of the Week Dillian

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Update: Dillian is now in his forever home, but don't forget about his furry friends.

Meet our Pet of the Week Dillian. He's a 10-month-old domestic shorthair who is up for adoption at the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League.

Here's a special letter from Dillian:

"Hi, I'm Dillin, and I'm ready to find my forever home. I'm still a young guy, and I'd really like to grow up in a home with a nice family to call my own. I'm youthful enough to still have plenty of kitten fun left in me, but I'm old enough that I'm not so fragile anymore. I'd say I'm the best of both worlds! I'm also sweet, cuddly and devilishly handsome. What more could someone want in a cat?"

If you adopt Dillian, his initial exam is free compliments of our Pet Connections' vet sponsors:

Peggy's Picks is sponsored by the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue LeagueHarmony Animal Hospital in Jupiter and Community Animal Hospital in Royal Palm Beach.


About Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is a limited-access humane society and provides services to more than 15,000 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens each year. Operating continuously since 1925, we have been positively impacting animal welfare and addressing overpopulation in Palm Beach County through a variety of services.

Through the adoption and spay/neuter programs, our vision is to ensure that there are no homeless animals and every animal has a home in Palm Beach County.

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, Humane Society of the Palm Beaches, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, receiving no state or federal funding. It is dependent exclusively upon private donations, grants, bequests and fundraising events to provide quality programs and services to the community. Your donations directly support the services and programs in place to help animals in need.

Our mission is to provide shelter to lost, homeless and unwanted animals; to furnish medical and other services for the care of companion animals; to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected animals; to advocate animal welfare, community involvement and education to further the bond between people and animals, for the mutual benefit of both.

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