Great Plains SPCA’s cut-rate fees for cats were scheduled to end Sunday, and there were still plenty of potential adoptees. Shelter manager Jackie Lightle displayed three at the Independence campus, 21001 E. Missouri 78.
Great Plains SPCA’s cut-rate fees for cats were scheduled to end Sunday, and there were still plenty of potential adoptees. Shelter manager Jackie Lightle displayed three at the Independence campus, 21001 E. Missouri 78. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Great Plains SPCA’s cut-rate fees for cats were scheduled to end Sunday, and there were still plenty of potential adoptees. Shelter manager Jackie Lightle displayed three at the Independence campus, 21001 E. Missouri 78. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

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