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  • Watch Sac SPCA dogs, other animals cheer up Sac State students

    Volunteers and their therapy dogs from Sacramento SPCA were on hand to help out Sac State students stressed out about finishing up class papers and projects and studying for upcoming final exams – or simply missing their family pets. Students, who stopped by between classes, held and petted several dogs including a rabbit and cat outside the student library on Nov. 27.

Watch Sac SPCA dogs, other animals cheer up Sac State students

Volunteers and their therapy dogs from Sacramento SPCA were on hand to help out Sac State students stressed out about finishing up class papers and projects and studying for upcoming final exams – or simply missing their family pets. Students, who stopped by between classes, held and petted several dogs including a rabbit and cat outside the student library on Nov. 27.
Randy Pench Sacramento Bee