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  • Puppy saved from hot car during Royals game safe at KC Pet Project

    A puppy saved from a hot car at a Kansas City Royals game is currently at KC Pet Project. The owners have not come forward and KC Pet Project hopes a new family will adopt the puppy. The puppy met with a veterinarian and has had its vaccinations.

A puppy saved from a hot car at a Kansas City Royals game is currently at KC Pet Project. The owners have not come forward and KC Pet Project hopes a new family will adopt the puppy. The puppy met with a veterinarian and has had its vaccinations. Brian Davidson Special to The Kansas City Star
A puppy saved from a hot car at a Kansas City Royals game is currently at KC Pet Project. The owners have not come forward and KC Pet Project hopes a new family will adopt the puppy. The puppy met with a veterinarian and has had its vaccinations. Brian Davidson Special to The Kansas City Star
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Royals fans rescue puppy left in car at Kauffman Stadium

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