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Casanova the Chihuahua Needs a Home

This adult, male Chihuahua is at the West Orange Animal Welfare League

So you've already found the perfect gift  for everyone else. Now how about a gift for yourself? There's nothing better than a life-long friend that will stand by your side for many holidays and years to come. Casanova might be the size of a small gift, but his heart couldn't be bigger. This adult, male Chihuahua has a wonderful personality and wants to give and receive love. He came into the facility as a stray, and our volunteers just can't understand who would let such a wonderful dog get away. Your holiday and Casanova's could be even brighter if you meet and make the perfect match!


To visit Casanova or any of the adoptable animals at the West Orange Animal Welfare League, come to our next adoption day, Saturday, December 15th. Adoption days are from 11am-3pm at the Alex Caprio Animal Control Facility at 311 Watchung Avenue in West Orange (behind the Thomas Edison National Historical Park). You can also visit the facility between 4:30-5:30 on Monday-Friday.

Please call for more information at (973) 736-8689, email at woawl01@aol.com, or check us out on the web at www.woawl.petfinder.org.

If you cannot adopt or volunteer but would like to help, please donate: Dog Leashes & Collars, Expandable or Break-Away Cat Collars, Non-Clumping, Clay Cat Litter. Canned Dog Food. Canned and Dry Cat Food. Jars of Baby Food (meat only, please), Can Openers. Dog & Cat Toys, Towels and Blankets (no electric or comforters, please), Heating Pads, Laundry and Dish Detergents, Fabric Softener Sheets, Bleach, Paper Towels., Liquid Anti-Bacterial Soaps, Computer/Photocopy Paper or your time!

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