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Lambchop had a rough start in life. He arrived at the APA sick with parvo, flea-infested, and suffering from an extremely itchy skin condition called sarcoptic mange that caused him to lose most of his fur. But the APA didn’t give up on Lambchop, and he didn’t give up either!  After receiving the medical care…

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Wow, 2017 was purrtty great! The APA found loving, safe homes for 3,463 pets – our biggest year yet! This exciting feat would not have been possible without support from the community. Every furry, feathered and scale-y friend at the APA is beyond grateful for each adopter, donor and volunteer who helped us achieve success…

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Toby and his six litter mates were transferred to The APA on 2/11/17 from a small, rural area in southeast Missouri, just a few miles from the Arkansas border.  They received a medical exam upon arrival and were dewormed and vaccinated.  Since they were too young and small for surgery, they were sent to a…

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As a part of our Transfer Program, Boomer arrived at the APA Adoption Center along with nine other dogs from The Animal Shelter of Texas County on January 26th, 2016. Boomer was a sweet and outgoing Labrador/Pit Bull mix and we knew he would quickly find a home. His lucky day came on January 31st,…

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On April 3rd, 2016, Tink, a 7 month old kitten (now named Hobbes) was surrendered to the APA Adoption Center. His previous owner had become ill and could no longer care for him. Just a couple days later, on April 9th, the Snelling family came to the APA wanting to adopt a cat. Below is…

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