Hello! I am Tuqui, a female retriever and boxer mix, weighing about 50 pounds. I love spending time with people and going for walks. I am looking for a home with more of an adult slant, such as one with children heading into their teens. I am at Cape Ann Animal Aid, capeannanimalaid.com, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter on Four Paws Lane in Gloucester. Do you know we have a “wish list”? Items on it are wet food for cats and dogs; stainless steel cat litter pans, stainless steel and ceramic pet dishes; cat cleaning wipes; ‘like new’ towels and blankets; durable plastic dog toys; rope toys; paper towels; bleach; garbage bags (all sizes); and dishwasher tabs and soap. The only item on my “wish list” is a family to love me just like my Cape Ann Animal Aid family does!
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Displaced by fishing war
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