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Posted: Saturday, October 20, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 7:26 am, Sat Oct 20, 2012.

Phineas is a 2-year-old Russian blue. He was found in very poor condition after being severely beaten. He has had several surgeries to fix his injuries, including a broken leg and tail. Despite everything he has been through, Phineas is a loving and affectionate. Phineas is a special cat who is looking for a home that can give him lots of tender loving care.

If you are interested in giving Phineas a forever home, come and meet him. For more information about Phineas, call 209-369-6076.

Phineas is being offered for adoption through Cats of All Colors, a San Joaquin County-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of cats.

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Diesel is a kitten who ranges from a playful party animal to a more sedate love bug. She loves to climb up the cat tree as fast as she can, frequently slamming it into the wall.

Afterwards she hangs upside down from the top and puts on her innocent face. She goes crazy over bouncy balls, and when one is thrown she becomes a flying hairball with a mission. As soon as the lights go out at night, she sneaks into bed and goes to sleep on the pillow, purring the night away. She will make an exceptionally fun and loving cat for her forever family.

Diesel is being offered for adoption through PALS, a Lodi-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals in Lodi. For more information about Diesel, please call PALS at 209-224-0354 or email pals.lodi@yahoo.com.

To see other cats and dogs available for adoption, visit the PALS Adoption Center at 1405 W. Kettleman Lane, Lodi; or visit www.palslodi.org and www.petfinder.com. Center hours are Tuesday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Meko is a 5-year-old, black-and-tan partial dapple dachshund. His vaccinations are current, he has been neutered and he has a microchip. Meko's family left the country and took him to a city-run shelter. He is exceptionally sweet, affectionate and loving. He is house-trained, likes other dogs and is fine with cats. Meko loves playing ball and will entertain himself when you get tired of playing with him. He loves to go for walks and will make a wonderful and entertaining companion.

Meko is being offered for adoption through Animal Friends Connection, a Lodi nonprofit organization dedicated to helping companion animals since 1990. For more information about Meko, call 209-368-1761.

To view other dogs and cats available for adoption, visit the sanctuary at 933 S. Cherokee Lane, Lodi, or visit www.animalfriendsconnect.org and www.petfinder.com/shelters/afc.html. Sanctuary hours are from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekends.

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