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Adopt Mimi

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier

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About Mimi

Mimi A185229 Mimi is a 4 year old female who came into the shelter on Aug 22 as a stray. Handling: Sweet Mimi is a low-riding chunker with the cutest ears and the happiest wiggle trot! Unfortunately this isn't Mimi's first time at CACC; she was stray back in 2018 and returned to her owner at that time. Well, they are truly missing out if they don't claim this gal. She is canine perfection! Happy, fun, affectionate and has the best smile ever. Mimi loves the pool so much she wanted to take her profile picture in it. Go for it Mimi, whatever makes you happy! This beautiful girl will be available for rescue or adoption if her owners do not come for her. She deserves the best!

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