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  1. Chip and Slinkie are two of many dogs hoping to find loving homes for Valentine's Day.
  2. Abbott and Carrie are two of many animals looking for fur-ever homes.
  3. Mr. Potato Head, Winnie the Pooh, Roo and Tigger are four Disney named animals available for adoption.
  4. Bing Crosby and Drake are two of many animals hoping to be adopted.
  5. The SPCA Tampa Bay in Largo is waiving adoption fees on pet rabbits through the end of the year. Some area residents want Hillsborough and other counties to prohibit retail sales of pet rabbits.
  6. Erio Álvarez holds one of his prize breeding pigeons. (Photo by Philip Morgan)
  7. Wyatt and Zola are two of many animals hoping to be adopted.
  8. Anny and Jimmy Kibble are two of many animals hoping to find loving homes.
  9. Chippy and Isis are two of many animals hoping to find loving homes for the holidays.
  10. Baleigh Simpson, 19, holds a cat she is meeting for potential adoption.
  11. Nessie and Nutty are two of many animals looking for loving homes.
  12. This is not the puppy that Roy Peter Clark helped to save, but you have to admire its moxie.
  13. Margot and Turk are two senior animals hoping to find soft and loving homes to retire in.
  14. Angelica Steinker, owner of Courteous Canine, Inc. in Lutz, poses with Power, one of her three dogs. (photo by Kendra Bailey)
  15. Cleo and Georgia are two senior animals hoping to find love and comfort for the rest of their lives.
  16. Rabbits up for adoption snuggle together in their cage Wednesday at the SPCA Tampa Bay in Largo.
  17. German shepherd Gunther VI sits by the pool at a house formerly owned by pop star Madonna, on Monday in Miami. Gunther VI inherited his vast fortune, including the eight-bedroom waterfront home, from his grandfather Gunther IV. The estate, purchased 20 years ago from the pop star, was listed for sale Wednesday.
  18. Jack Novoselski, founder of SouthEast Beagle Rescue, whispered the promise of a better life to each dog his organization rescued.
  19. Chip and Merle are two puppies hoping to find loving families.
  20. Mary “Snakey” Urquhart stands with Friday, one of the horses of the Horses for Handicapped Foundation of Pinellas County. Photo by Philip Morgan
  21. Bessie and Pirate are two of many animals looking for fur-ever homes.
  22. Brielle and Kodak are two of many animals hoping to find fur-ever homes.
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