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PLEASE SHARE: These Pets Need Homes For The Holidays!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Human Society has teamed up with Santa's Workshop Spokane, a seasonal photography studio that allows people of all ages and their pets to go take photos with Santa.

Santa's Workshop allowed the Spokane Humane Society to bring pets who have been in the shelter for more than 3 months and desperately need homes. All of the animals pictured are available for adoption.

For more information contact the Spokane Humane Society at (509)467-5235.

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