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Nighbaou , a super sweet cat needs a home.

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Nighbaou , a super sweet cat needs a home.

Postby AnimalsTaiwan » 12 Jul 2011, 18:00

Nighbaou , a super sweet cat needs a home.
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Nighboau is about 1 or 2 years old, a healthy and friendly boy. Nighboau in Chinese means “very affectionate “ He lives in Animals Taiwan rescue center for looking a home. Please contact Animals Taiwan 02-28338820 or email adotions@animalstaiwan.org
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