Pet of the Week: Lolita
09:25 AM, Tuesday, May 26
LifeLine Animal Project presents the DeKalb County pet of the week, Lolita. Meet Lolita, a dog who is made up of 100 percent pure joy. She has a velvety-soft coat, a ton of personality and is always happy. She also has a terrific smile that will s...

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