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Vincenzo - Vincenzo now Vinny has found his forever home- with 3 big sisters to look after him.

VincenzoVincenzo is a male 3 month old brindle pit-bull. The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility is currently accepting Adoption Applications to find this happy pup a most deserving home. All adoption applications will need to be submitted by Tuesday, March 22 to be considered. Once his medication is complete and ear sutures removed Vincenzo should be able to lead a normal life. See the video or visit http://www.cbs8.com/Global/story.asp?S=14259056 to view Vincenzo's horrific story.

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Luciano - Thank you everyone' for your wonderful support- Luciano has found his forever home!"

Luciano (A125421) is a 1 year old neutered male red and white tabby cat. visit http://www.cbs8.com/Global/story.asp?S=14191806 to see the video and read about his "tail"

Luciano is not currently available for adoption due to his medical condition. We are estimating he will be available in approximately 3 weeks. We are accepting adoption applications and will keep them on file for all parties interested in him. Once he is ready for his forever home interested parties will be contacted and screened to find him the best family for his current and future needs. Please come to the Chula Vista Animal Care Facility to complete an Adoption Application.

 

BerthaBertha - Bertha's diabetes is in remission. Currently she is on a canned food diet to keep her diabetes under control.

Bertha (A124487) is a gorgeous medium coated spayed female gray tabby. She is about 11 years old and weighs almost 12 pounds. She is currently under treatment for diabetes. At present, she is showing signs of being in remission. Bertha will require an easy going home that will keep her on a canned food diet the rest of her life. She will need glucose checkups every 3 months to make sure her diabetes is under control. If her diabetes recurs she will require daily insulin injections. Bertha has been the best patient for the medical staff. She is easy to handle and adores just hanging out on someone's lap. Help Bertha find a forever home.

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