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Moody Pet Guardian Angels program adds two more pets

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VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

The Moody Pets Guardian Angels program is expanding.

They're looking for new homes for two cats... Emmitt and Aikman. Their owners recently deployed and had to give up the cats.

The program finds temporary foster homes or permanent new homes for pets of deployed Moody Air Force Base personnel. Coordinators say they're happy to get their first cats because it means Airmen are taking notice of the program.

"The word is getting out very well," said Julie Greenhaw, Co-Coordinator of the program. "The first fundraiser is coming up Valentine's Day. It will be at the base, and we're hoping to get a good crowd out there to get people more familiar with the program as well."

If you're interested in adopting the cats or want more information about the program... call the Humane Society at  242 - 7729.

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