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Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 1:21 pm | Updated: 7:35 pm, Thu Oct 25, 2012.

Divorce affects every member of the family — even the pets. Such is the case with Boomer, a 12-year-old male cattledog mix who was adopted many years ago, but is now homeless due to a divorce in the family. The folks from Friends for Life animal rescue say Boomer is a sweet, gentle guy with a very waggily tail. He loves being with people, but does not like cats. He thinks cats are there simply for him to chase.

Boomer would love a family that could offer him a warm cozy bed, short walks, car rides, and much love. His adoption fee has been waived; Friends for Life is just asking for a donation (of any amount) to help cover the cost of his check-up that he received upon his return to the shelter.

Boomer is neutered, current on vaccinations, and microchipped. If you’d like to learn more about Boomer, contact Friends for Life at (480) 497-8296 or visit www.azfriends.org online.

• Take Me Home is our weekly spotlight on a pet in need of a new home in the East Valley. View more pets at eastvalleytribune.com.

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