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Published: Thursday, November 7, 2013, 11:04 a.m.

NOAH focuses on often-overlooked pets

  • Rambo is one of many animals looking for homes at NOAH.

    Lani Kurtz

    Rambo is one of many animals looking for homes at NOAH.

The NOAH Center is working hard to find homes for all of the animals in its care. This month, though, the focus is on black or mostly black animals. Lani Kurtz, adoption and outreach director, says that black animals are the most overlooked in the shelter.

For the month of November, adopters will get $50 off the adoption free for any black or mostly black animal.

Check out some of the animals available at the center in our gallery.

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