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Tate Gaffney, 7, looks at toys on Curtis Gruninger's Jeep "Lolly" during the 13th annual Transportation Day at Horizon Presbyterian Church and God's Garden Preschool on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013.
Holden Bourg, 9, left, plays Nicholas Horne, 9 at table tennis while, from left, Jonathan Kim, 10, Charlie Allison, 8, Caden Thiele, 9, and Carter Lolli, 8, watch during the Sierra Kids Club "Sock Hop" on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012.
Lollipop is an adult, female, Tortishell cat. She was rescued as a stray. She turned up at a feral cat feeding station and it was observed by shelter volunteers that this kitty did not belong on the streets.
Lollipop’s owners brought this beautiful girl to the “pound” because they had “too many animals,” knowing that she could very well be euthanized due to extreme overcrowding. On the morning of what was to be Lollipop’s last day on earth, RESCUE arrived at Maricopa Animal Control to evaluate dogs in need, and took Lolli on that day. Lolli soon moved into foster care post spay surgery, and has been a true joy to that home. She is wickedly smart and quickly picked up on commands such as “leave it,” “wait,” “sit,” “down,” and “stay.” Lolli is perfectly housetrained and has a way of making you feel like you are the most important, loved person on earth. Lolli has long “runners” legs and a body built for speed, making her an ideal running partner. This active girl needs an equally active home. Walks around the block won’t cut it for her. She’ll need daily runs to burn off her energy. Lolli deserves her “happily ever after,” and she’s waiting to start her new life!
It is clear that Tessa Davis, Octobria Saddler, Alexa Homewood and Danielle Jones are fast, but the question is can they outrun the expectations?
Lolly looks like a curious kid's dream come true.