Riverwalk Animal Hospital employee Janet Ossman says "hello" to Angel the cat on Saturday afternoon during the grand opening of the Palmetto Animal League's new headquarters  in Okatie. Ossman had fostered Angel as a kitten after she and other kittens were found in the hospital's parking lot earlier this year. Angel was among a number of cats and dogs to be adopted during the opening.
Riverwalk Animal Hospital employee Janet Ossman says "hello" to Angel the cat on Saturday afternoon during the grand opening of the Palmetto Animal League's new headquarters in Okatie. Ossman had fostered Angel as a kitten after she and other kittens were found in the hospital's parking lot earlier this year. Angel was among a number of cats and dogs to be adopted during the opening.
Riverwalk Animal Hospital employee Janet Ossman says "hello" to Angel the cat on Saturday afternoon during the grand opening of the Palmetto Animal League's new headquarters in Okatie. Ossman had fostered Angel as a kitten after she and other kittens were found in the hospital's parking lot earlier this year. Angel was among a number of cats and dogs to be adopted during the opening.

Palmetto Animal League opens new headquarters

October 30, 2010 07:20 PM

UPDATED October 30, 2010 08:59 PM

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