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December 21, 2012

12-21 Rescued Pets

EDMOND — This is a list of animals that have been found and are at the Edmond Animal Shelter, at Interstate 35 and Covell in the Cross Timbers Municipal Complex. Call the shelter at 216-7615 for more information.

A domestic short-hair cat, gray and white, was found on Vista Lane.

A female Labrador retriever/pit bull mix, black, was found on Douglas and Kelly.

A female German shepherd/Rottweiller mix, black and tan, was found on Post Road and Sorghum Mill Road.

A female miniature schnauzer mix, black and white with white on chest, was found on South Avenue and Broadway near Petsmart.

A female Labrador retriever/Plott hound mix, brown brindle, was found.

A male pointer, brown and white, was found on Second Street and Kelly.

A domestic short-hair cat, gray and black tiger, was found behind the Animal Shelter.

A female domestic short-hair cat, gray and white, was found on Danforth and Kelly.

A female Pekingese, black and white, was found on Danforth and Kelly.

A Siamese, silver, was found on 15th Street and Kelly.

A male pit bull/boxer mix, black and white, was found on 15th Street and Boulevard.

A male domestic short-hair cat, orange and white, was found on Second Street and Bryant.

A male Border collie mix, black and white, was found on the University of Central Oklahoma campus.

A male Border collie mix, white and black, was found on the University of Central Oklahoma campus.

A neutered male Maine cook cat, brown tabby, was found at the Coffee Creek Apartments.

A male Lhasa Apso/Havanese mix, brown and white, was found on Bryant and Covell.

A domestic short-hair cat, black and white, was found at the Coffee Creek Apartments.

A male Labrador retriever, yellow, was found in the Chimney Hill addition.

A domestic short-hair cat, black tiger, was found on Second Street and Broadway.

A domestic short-hair cat, gray, was found on Boulevard and 14th Street.

A male American bulldog, brown brindle and white, was found on Buckingham Way.

A female Labrador retriever, chocolate, was found on Buckingham Way.

A female Cavalier spaniel, tricolor, was found on Buckingham Way.

A neutered male domestic short-hair cat, brown tabby and white, was found on Second Street and Kelly.

A domestic short-hair kitten, gray tiger, was found on Bryant and Danforth.

A female, pit bull, black, was found on Second Street and Santa Fe.

A domestic short-hair cat, yellow and white, was found on Second Street and Kelly.

A male short-hair Chihuahua, tan, black collar with rhinestones, was found at Kickingbird Golf Course.

A domestic medium-hair cat, black smoke, was found at Oakridge Estates.

A domestic medium-hair cat, brown tabby, was found at Oakridge Estates.

A male domestic medium-hair cat, orange tabby, was found in Oakridge Estates.

A domestic medium-hair cat, black, was found on 15th Street and Air Depot.

A neutered male miniature pinscher mix, black and brown, was found on Ayers and Danforth.

A domestic short-hair cat, black tiger and gray, was found on 33rd Street and Rankin Terrace.

A male Schnauzer miniature, white and gray, was found on 15th Street and Santa Fe.

A female Anatol shepherd, white, was found on Danforth and Kelly.

A male domestic short-hair kitten, orange tiger, was found on Sorghum Mill and Kelly.

A female Cavalier spaniel, brown and white, was found on Danforth and Sooner.

A male Labrador retriever, black, was found on Coffee Creek and Santa Fe.

A female Parson Russell terrier mix, buff, was found on Second Street and Air Depot.

A female domestic short-hair kitten, gray and black tiger, was found on Second Street and Kelly.

A female domestic short-hair cat, gray and blue, was found on Second Street and Kelly.

A female domestic short-hair kitten, calico, was found in Hafer Park and is being held for possible adoption.

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