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Shelter pet of the week: Hop on in and scoop up Pip as your own

| Friday, March 2, 2018, 5:00 p.m.
Pip, Action for Animals Humane Society
Pip, Action for Animals Humane Society

The Tribune-Review features creatures from six area animal shelters in need of homes.

This week's pet is from Action for Animals Humane Society.

From its website: “Hello. My name is Pip. I am a white and brown (male) rabbit. I am searching for my forever home. If you are in the search for a new bunny, come visit with me. I know you'll think I am adorable!”

The photos are taken from the rescue websites weekly, but please check with the shelters before falling in love. There are plenty of animals who want nothing more than a new, loving family.

Action for Animals Humane Society

386 Route 217, Derry Township

724-539-2544 or afashelter.org/adoptable-pets

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