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Valley Animal Center

Valley Animal Center: Jared

IN THE June 9 ISSUE

FROM THE 2018 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Jared is a ten-week-old orange tabby male domestic short hair kitten. Jared was brought to Valley Animal Center with his brother Eric after experiencing severe trauma. Both Jared and his brother were tossed out of a moving vehicle by someone who no longer wanted them.

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Valley Animal Center: Squishy

IN THE April 14 ISSUE

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by Joseph Riloquio


Squishy is a five-year-old black and white American Staffy/American Bull Dog mix. Squishy came to the Valley Animal Center the first time a few years ago from Valley Oak SPCA when he was a couple years old.

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Valley Animal Center: Mona Lisa

IN THE March 10 ISSUE

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andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Mona Lisa is a two-and-a-half year old white and brown female Siberian Husky mix. She came to us at Valley Animal Center a brand new mom, with her litter of seven puppies who were just four-days old. She was rescued by Fresno Humane Animal Services who called us, so we could provide the extended care needed for her and her pups.

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Valley Animal Center: J.J.

IN THE February 10 ISSUE

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by Joseph Riloquio


J.J. is a female, nine-month-old domestic shorthair tabby. She was surrendered to Valley Animal Center when she was just three months old. She was found abandoned with her four other littermates and was rescued by a Good Samaritan.
J.J. and her brothers and sisters were nursed back to health by our animal care team.

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Valley Animal Center: Clawhauser

IN THE January 13 ISSUE

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andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Clawhauser is an eight-month-old, black-and-white domestic short hair kitten. He was surrendered to us at Valley Animal Center, along with five other littermates, when he was just a few weeks old.

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Valley Animal Center: Voldemort

IN THE December 9 ISSUE

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andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Voldemort is a five-month-old black and white male domestic short hair kitten. This adorable guy got his name due to his cleft palate which makes him resemble the popular Harry Potter character of the same name.

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by Joseph Riloquio


Walnut is an adorable six-year-old red merle Dachshund mix. He was rescued from our local CCSPCA and has been waiting patiently at Valley Animal Center for a few months now.

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by Joseph Riloquio


Bailey and Bronco are a bonded pair of Bully Breed Mixes. Bailey is a three-year-old female, and Bronco is an almost four-year-old male. Bronco was with us at Valley Animal Center once before when he was just a year old. After only a few short months, Bronco was adopted and found a new home.

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Valley Animal Center: Bear

IN THE September 16 ISSUE

FROM THE 2017 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Bear is a 10-year-old male German Shepherd who was recently brought back to Valley Animal Centre after spending four years with his previous adopters. He was originally rescued from a local animal control agency and brought to VAC five years ago where he quickly became a staff and volunteer favorite. His huge personality combined with his size and fluffy fur coat earned him the name Bear.

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Valley Animal Center: Archie

IN THE August 12 ISSUE

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andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Archie is a five-month-old mixed Pit-Bull puppy. He was originally found dumped on the property of a Good Samaritan before being brought to us at Valley Animal Center.

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Valley Animal Center: Sauer

IN THE July 8 ISSUE

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andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Sauer is an eight and a half year old Queensland Terrier mix. Sauer was surrendered to us at Valley Animal Center in December of 2016, just before the Christmas holiday. Having been with us for a few years now, Sauer is one of our longest residents.

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Valley Animal Center: Lulu

IN THE June 10 ISSUE

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andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Joseph Riloquio


Lulu is an eleven-month-old female Hound-Sheppard mix. She came to Valley Animal Center from Fresno Humane Animal Services with her three sisters in October of 2016. Lulu and her littermates were all given “L” names, and “Little Lulu” was named because she was the smallest of the litter.

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by Joseph Riloquio


Marmaduke is a five-year-old Staffordshire Terrier who came to Valley Animal Center in November of 2016. With his constant smile, friendly attitude, and high energy he quickly became a staff favorite at our shelter.

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by Joseph Riloquio


Sascha is a three-year old female American Staffordshire mix who came to Valley Animal Center in January 2017. Though many of our pets have amazing stories of how they came to our family of adoptables, Sascha’s is truly special.
When one rescue is in need, another is there to lend a helping hand. Sascha came to Valley Animal Center all the way from North Carolina! She was originally rescued from a dog-fighting club by a rescue called Charlie’s K-9 Camp, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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