Pet of the Week: Faya
by Staff Reports
01:21 PM, Thursday, July 24
LifeLine Animal Project presents Faya, available now at DeKalb County Animal Services. Those looking for a dog who is a special combination of many qualities — beauty, intelligence and love — then Faya is the one. Faya is a 4-year-old female who a...

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