Laura Stockdale of Rio Linda adopted a Chihuahua mix she calls “Kitty” at the Sacramento Animal Shelter in Sacramento on Nov. 16. A donor offered to pay for adoption fees through the end of the year.
Laura Stockdale of Rio Linda adopted a Chihuahua mix she calls “Kitty” at the Sacramento Animal Shelter in Sacramento on Nov. 16. A donor offered to pay for adoption fees through the end of the year. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Laura Stockdale of Rio Linda adopted a Chihuahua mix she calls “Kitty” at the Sacramento Animal Shelter in Sacramento on Nov. 16. A donor offered to pay for adoption fees through the end of the year. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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