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Rihanna talks about dealing with her “fluctuating body type”

Getty Images via ABCShe looks fabulous all the time, but Rihanna recently detailed “the pleasure of [having] a fluctuating body type” to fashion and culture websiteThe Cut

She said, “One day I can literally fit into something that is bodycon, and then the next day  — the next week — I need something oversized; I need a little crop here and a high waist there to hide that part, you know?”

“I really pay attention every day when I go into the closet about what’s working for my body that morning,” she adds. 

“I feel like that’s how everyone should go after fashion, because it’s an individual thing.”

“And then, if you take it further, it’s like: What week are you having? You having a skinny week? You having a fat week? Are we doing arms this week? We doing legs this week? We doing oversized?” 

The “Pour It Up” singer also gave her two cents on what she finds most sexy in a man’s closet: “Black!”

“This is new for me; this is recent. I love a man in black,” she says. 

“It’s so sexy and mysterious; confident and secure — all the things I love about a man. So, I’m into that.”  

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Camila Cabello stars in new holiday campaign for GUESS

Getty Images via ABCCamila Cabello is getting ready to debut her holiday campaign for GUESS.

JustJared.com has a sneak peek at the photos, which were shot at the famous Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles. One features Camila in a red dress and fishnet tights, looking seductive while holding a pink flower — in another she poses with model Alex Dellisola in a maroon-colored jacket and leopard print skirt.

In other photos from the campaign, she models a black embellished turtleneck mini-dress and a form-fitting off-the-shoulder dress adorned with embroidered red flowers.

“Excited for this new holiday campaign with GUESS,” Camila says in a statement provided to JustJared. “I love this aesthetic and can’t wait for everyone to see it.”

Camila previously starred in the brand’s fall campaign.

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Calvin Harris donates fee from Vegas performance to victims of the mass shooting

Jason Merritt/Getty Images via ABCCalvin Harris is doing his part to help the victims and families of those affected by the Las Vegas mass shooting earlier this month.

The DJ-producer has announced he’s donating his fee from his recent performance at Vegas’ OMNIA nightclub to the official victims’ fund.

Calvin, who has a residency at OMNIA, writes on Instagram, “The city of Las Vegas has given me so much.”

He adds, “Life is so unbelievably precious. Please be the most life loving version of yourself you can be. Go outside. Get off your phone. Engage with the world around you. Love. God bless.”

Calvin joins fellow DJs Diplo and Kaskade in donating to the victims of the shooting, which claimed the lives of 58 people at the Route 91 Harvest music festival and injured more than 500.

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Has Margot Robbie been secretly married for three years?

Getty Images for TIME/Kevin Mazur(NEW YORK) — Margot Robbie reportedly has been telling a little white lie these past 12 months.

A source tells the New York Post that the Suicide Squad actress and her husband, British film director Tom Ackerley, have secretly been married a lot longer.

Robbie allegedly spilled the beans at the Hamptons International Film Festival, where the insider claims a guest congratulated her on her first-year wedding anniversary, and she replied, “It’s been three years.”

The couple had been reported to have wed in a secret ceremony on the Gold Coast of her native Australia last year.

Margot and Tom, both 27, met in 2013 on the set of the World War II drama Suite Française in France.

Robbie can currently be seen in theatres in the drama Goodbye Christopher Robin.

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Harvey Weinstein resigns from the board of the Weinstein Company

lberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Harvey Weinstein resigned from the board of the Weinstein Company during a conference call with the remaining board members, ABC News has confirmed.

He’s still pursuing a claim he was wrongfully fired from the company.

In a statement, the Weinstein Company board of directors said, “The board today ratified its decision to terminate Harvey Weinstein’s employment with the Weinstein Co. Harvey Weinstein resigned from the board.”

The company has been under pressure since sexual assault and harassment allegations against Weinstein were first reported by The New York Times and The New Yorker nearly two weeks ago.

The disgraced movie mogul has been accused of sexual misconduct by numerous women, including actresses Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie.  In response to the allegations, a spokesperson for the movie executive said “Any allegations of nonconsensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”

Weinstein is also said to be receiving counseling “and is pursuing a better path,” the statement says.

Weinstein was fired from the Weinstein Company, the production company he co-founded with his brother, Bob, days after the initial report surfaced.  He’s also been expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the Producers Guild has begun the process of terminating his membership.

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‘Game of Thrones’ star Lena Headey accuses Harvey Weinstein of inappropriate behavior

Gregg DeGuire/WireImage(NEW YORK) — Game of Thrones star Lena Heady’s the latest actress accusing film producer Harvey Weinstein of inappropriate sexual behavior.

“The first time I met Harvey Weinstein was at the Venice Film Festival,” the actress writes on her Twitter, noting that the 2005 film The Brothers Grimm was showing there, in which she starred with Matt Damon and Heath Ledger.

“At one point Harvey asked me to take a walk down to the water,” Heady continues.  “I walked down with him and he stopped and made some suggestive comment, a gesture.”

Headey goes on: “I just laughed it off, I was genuinely shocked, I remember thinking, it’s got to be a joke, I said something like.. oh come on mate?? It’d be like kissing my dad!!  Let’s go get a drink, get back to the others.”

Headey concludes, “I was never in any other Miramax film.” 

Miramax was the production company Harvey and brother Bob Weinstein founded in 1979, before leaving in 2005 to form The Weinstein Company.

Headey, who plays the ruthless Queen Cersei Lannister on Game of Thrones, also notes parenthetically that she was “subjected to endless bullying” by The Brothers Grimm director Terry Gilliam while shooting that film.

Weinstein’s been accused of sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape by numerous actresses over the past week.  His rep has denied Weinstein had any sexual contact that wasn’t consensual.

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SPORTS NEWS

Scoreboard roundup — 10/17/17

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events:

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N-Y Yankees   6  Houston   4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
L-A Dodgers   6  Chi Cubs   1

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Cleveland  102  Boston         99
Houston    122  Golden State  121

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Philadelphia   5  Florida       1
OT  Pittsburgh     5  N-Y Rangers   4
Toronto        2  Washington    0
Vancouver      3  Ottawa        0
SO  New Jersey     5  Tampa Bay     4
Nashville      4  Colorado      1
Columbus       5  Winnipeg      2
Dallas         3  Arizona       1
Carolina       5  Edmonton      3
OT  Vegas          5  Buffalo       4
San Jose       5  Montreal      2

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Celtics’ Gordon Hayward injured in season opener

Gregory Shamus/Getty Images(CLEVELAND) — The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics’ season opener was highly-anticipated all summer after the wild off-season both teams had.

But within the first quarter of Tuesday night’s game at Quicken Loans Arena, the Celtics’ Gordon Hayward suffered a gruesome injury after awkwardly landing on his leg.

Cavs and Celtics fans in the crowd were seen grimacing and Hayward was eventually carted off the court on a stretcher. 

It is not yet clear how long Hayward will be out.

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Kangaroo boxing match captured on infrared video

ABCNews.com(VICTORIA, Australia) — Australian police captured an intense boxing match between two hopping mad suspects in the bushland of Victoria state Monday night.

Two large kangaroos were seen exchanging blows on footage captured by an infrared camera attached to a police helicopter.

The marsupials’ brawl lasted nearly a minute and included a few jabs and multiple kicks.

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NATIONAL NEWS

Latest version of travel ban blocked by federal judge

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The Trump administration’s most recent attempt to ban immigration to the United States from certain foreign countries was put on hold Tuesday by a Hawaiian federal judge.

U.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson, responsible for blocking President Donald Trump’s second travel ban in March, authored the ruling again Tuesday, which notes that the third executive order on the matter ignored the “guidance afforded” by the earlier legal proceedings related to the issue.

“EO-3 suffers from precisely the same maladies as its predecessor: it lacks sufficient findings that the entry of more than 150 million nationals from six specified countries would be ‘detrimental to the interests of the United States,’ a precondition that the Ninth Circuit determined must be satisfied,” reads the ruling.

“And EO-3 plainly discriminates based on nationality in the manner that the Ninth Circuit has found antithetical to… the founding principles of this Nation,” the ruling continues.

The court granted the plaintiffs’ request for a temporary restraining order which will block the order from going into effect Wednesday. The order prohibited immigration to the U.S. from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.

The White House responded to the ruling with a statement Tuesday afternoon, writing that the “dangerously flawed district court order undercuts the President’s efforts to keep the American people safe and enforce minimum security standards for entry into the United States.”

“The entry restrictions in the proclamation apply to countries based on their inability or unwillingness to share critical information necessary to safely vet applications, as well as a threat assessment related to terrorism, instability, and other grave national security concerns,” the statement added. “These restrictions are vital to ensuring that foreign nations comply with the minimum security standards required for the integrity of our immigration system and the security of our Nation.”

The White House further indicated that the Department of Justice will defend the action.

Doug Chin, the attorney general of Hawaii, the state which challenged the ban, issued a statement which noted that “this is the third time Hawaii has gone to court to stop President Trump from issuing a travel ban that discriminates against people based on their nation of origin or religion.”

“Today is another victory for the rule of law,” Chin said in the statement. “We stand ready to defend it.”

Tuesday’s ruling does not impact travelers from North Korea or certain Venezuelan government officials and their families because the plaintiffs did not challenge those aspects of the executive order.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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California inmate injured battling wildfires as another escapes

northshorefirefighters/Instagram(SANTA CRUZ, Calif.) — A prison inmate doubling as a volunteer firefighter suffered smoke inhalation on Tuesday while battling a blaze nicknamed “The Bear Fire,” fire officials in California confirmed.

A professional firefighter also suffered wrist and facial injuries after plunging 50 feet from a torched peak in the mountainous Boulder Creek region of Santa Cruz, California.

Each was digging in on a fire line to smother flames that started around 10:30 p.m. local time Monday, Cal Fire officials confirmed to ABC News.

“I don’t want to minimize the death of the water tender, but the fact is the injuries are very low for what we’re up against,” Janet Upton, CAL Fire deputy director of communications, told ABC News. “To have so few injuries is remarkable.”

The inmate was teamed up with firefighters battling a blaze in Las Cumbres, an elevated region of Santa Cruz that had been evacuated, Cal Fire officials said.

The fire has proved difficult to snuff out because of the vertical terrain and limited sunlight that grounded the air support, another Cal Fire official said.

The unidentified inmate who suffered the smoke inhalation injury is among the estimated 4,000 inmates fighting the wildfires in Northern California. They are often called the “Angels in Orange.”

They are made up of men and women — and even some juvenile offenders — who don orange-colored fire gear as they fight fires. They earn a daily wage ranging from $2 a day to $1 an hour.

The inmates also command a third of the Cal Fire crews tackling the deadliest cluster of fires in California history, where 41 people have died and thousands of homes have been destroyed.

The inmate program was originally put in place in the 1940s to help maintain roadways.

Today, it allows 4,000 convicts to leave electric-fenced prisons to be on a camp where a state corrections spokesman said they are paid better than other jobs behind bars, eat grilled steak dinners and get double the credit for good behavior.

As volunteer firefighters, they serve under a real fire captain and fan out in 14-member teams where they work like a mowing machine: a team leader or “sawyer” whacks brush and trees down with chainsaws, rakes and pulaskis, which are a cross between an ax and a shovel.

“They are trained to do a very specific job, by working in crews of about 14 with chainsaws and hand tools and they cut firebreaks,” Bill Sessa, a spokesperson for California’s Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, told ABC News. “Their job is to slow the fire down or stop it or change its direction.”

The inmates aren’t conscripted.

In fact, the gig is one of the most sought after by inmates.

“They are there because they chose it as a coveted position,” Sessa said. “They feel a sense of pride in doing what they do.”

He went on, “You go into a camp and you would swear that except for their obvious inmate T-shirts and pants, that it’s just another firefighter.”

The vetting process is also very intense. Sessa said the circumstances of an inmate’s conviction, the nature of the crime, their behavior in prison, and if they have taken advantage of education and rehabilitation resources are factored into the decision.

“We tell these inmates, ‘You are going to be treated like firefighters. We’re only going to treat you like inmates if you are out of bounds,'” Sessa said.

Sessa said that it is very rare to have inmates try to abscond from the camps, and almost unheard of for one to cut out on a fire line.

But that is exactly what happened on Monday when Armando Castillo, 31, vanished at around 4:45 p.m. near Peters Canyon Regional Park while a crew was engaged in fighting the Canyon Fire 2 in Orange County, according to a statement released by the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

“The people that I’ve talked to who have been here a long time say they never had that happen before,” Sessa said.

Castillo, who was set to be released in May of this year, was originally sentenced to five years behind bars for gun possession and evading a police officer while driving recklessly, according to the statement by the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Before he became a fugitive, Castillo was supposed to be released on probation in May 2018.

When fires aren’t terrorizing the state, Sessa said the volunteers keep busy “doing projects everyday,” like clearing brush and flood channels before heavy rains and taking down diseased trees.

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Mom-speed-dating video will leave you in stitches

ABCNews.com(NEW YORK) — Of all the struggles of motherhood — sleepless nights, potty training, answering what feels like a million requests a day from tiny dictators — there’s another hard aspect of motherhood that catches most women by surprise.

Making mom friends.

But as with most things in parenthood, it’s easier to laugh than to cry about it and that’s exactly what Tiffany Jenkins is doing.

Jenkins posted on Facebook an all-too familiar parody of what the hunt for a great mom-friend feels like in a video called, “Speed Dating: Mom Friend Edition.”

“There are so many mothers out there, but finding one you can mesh with is not easy,” Jenkins, a mom of three from Sarasota, Florida, told ABC News about the inspiration for her video. “We get so wrapped up in taking care of our family we forget how important it is to have a mom squad.”

Jenkins, who will celebrate her fifth year of sobriety next month, said she uses her page to show others that a life after addiction is possible.

“So many moms, including myself, compare ourselves to other moms on social media who appear to have it all together. Doing this makes us feel like failures,” she said. “It makes us feel alone and ashamed that we are unable to keep up with the incredible demands of motherhood.”

Jenkins makes the videos on her page in “my true, honest form. No makeup, no filters, messy house, ice cream for breakfast and nervous breakdowns.”

She uses her humor to draw people in and said people are “amazed” when they find out she’s an addict.

“The number of moms who have come forward to thank me for making them feel OK about who they are is unbelievable,” she said.

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WORLD NEWS

Iraqi Kurdish independence gamble backfires

iStock/Thinkstock(BAGHDAD) — In ongoing standoff following a referendum for an independent state separate from Iraq, Kurds in northwestern Iraq have suffered significant losses, including areas that supply much of the region’s revenue.

Iraqi Kurds lost another major territory on Tuesday to Baghdad, surrendering the town of Sinjar — one day after losing the oil-rich Kirkuk.

Kurdish troops, known as the Peshmerga, abandoned the town to the Popular Mobilization Forces, an Iran-backed and predominantly Shia militia coalition that operates as part of the Iraqi security apparatus.

Iraqi forces have continued their advance on Peshmerga positions in disputed territories, exactly one year after the now-warring sides jointly launched the battle to retake Mosul from ISIS, backed by the United States.

The current confrontation between Iraqis and Kurds was spurred on by an independence referendum that the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) held in defiance of the government in Baghdad and against the advice of the international community.

Kurdish President Masoud Barzani and his ruling KDP party were determined to begin movement toward the long hoped-for Kurdish independence.

Instead, “KDP hubris has generated the greatest Kurdish setback since 2003” according to Emile Hokayem, senior fellow for Middle East security at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

The spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS, Colonel Dillon, told reporters on Tuesday that the current standoff is “distracting” from the war against ISIS.

But the losses for the Kurds, who have been reliable U.S. partners in the fight against ISIS, in these days of conflict have been substantial. Losing Kirkuk, which is responsible for 13 percent of Iraq’s oil production, is existential for Kurds; the KRG has barely any revenue without it.

Late Iraqi President and leading Kurdish politician Jalal Tabalani once referred to Kirkuk as their “Jerusalem.” Yet military forces loyal to Tabalani’s son and heir cut a deal with Baghdad and withdrew from their positions in the disputed city and nearby oilfields and airbase, facilitating an almost bloodless Iraqi takeover.

The United States has made brief statements calling for restraint, after it downplayed Kurdish warnings last week of an imminent attack by Iraqi forces. At a press conference on Monday, President Trump said, “The United States won’t take sides.”

“Essentially, the United States has decided that supporting Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi and safeguarding him against more pro-Iran competitors in the upcoming Iraqi election is more important than the Kurds right now,” according to Dr. Renad Mansour, an Iraq research fellow at The Royal Institute for International Affairs in London, an independent think tank also known as Chatham House.

The General Command of Peshmerga Forces accused a special force unit in Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of being part of the military operation in Kirkuk. President Trump had announced on October 13 that the United States was imposing new sanctions on the IRGC.

Forces loyal to Barzani surrendered Sinjar Tuesday, a town in north-western Iraq the Peshmerga took control of in 2014 after ISIS attacked and sexually enslaved its population, a minority known as the Yazidis. At the time, Barzani vowed never to leave.

They also retreated from the Bai Hasan and Avana oilfields north-west of Kirkuk, two crucial revenue sources for the KRG.

Two days after the Kurdish independence referendum was held, one of the demands made by the Iraqi Parliament to avoid a military escalation was that those oilfields and disputed territories be surrendered. At the time, Barzani’s only public compromise was to call for dialogue.

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US government indicts two Chinese nationals, accused of contributing to national opioid crisis

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. government has indicted two Chinese nationals for allegedly manufacturing and shipping illegal cocktails of the drug fentanyl into the United States, which authorities said has contributed to a national crisis with an “extraordinary death toll.”

Xiaobing Yan, 40, and Jian Zhang, 38, both of China, were indicted in separate cases in recent weeks, the Justice Department announced on Tuesday.

The move represents the first time U.S. authorities have filed charges against major fentanyl traffickers based in China, where authorities believe the vast majority of illegal fentanyl is being made or otherwise sourced.

“[It’s] an extraordinary epidemic and crisis that has been building for some time,” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told ABC News’ Pierre Thomas in an exclusive one-on-one interview.

In the United States last year, a third of all fatal drug overdoses came from fentanyl alone — 20,000 of the 64,000 fatal drug overdoses in total.

One Nation, Overdosed: Snapshots of Americans struggling under the opioid crisis

“The fentanyl that we see in the United States is believed to all be coming in some way from China. In some cases it’s manufactured in China and then shipped, either through the mail or through other countries to the United States. In other instances the precursor chemicals come from China, and the fentanyl is manufactured in Mexico, for example.”

Yan allegedly used different company names online to sell fentanyl and similar drugs directly to customers across the United States, and he even tracked changes to U.S. drug laws so he could tweak his recipe and evade U.S. law enforcement.

“Chemists can make just a slight modification so that the new version is not identical to the previous version” and is therefore not banned by current U.S. law, Rosenstein told ABC News.

Yan faces federal charges in Mississippi.

Zhang allegedly ran a network of labs in China that manufactured fentanyl and sold the drug online. He and eight others — five Canadian citizens, two residents of Florida, and a resident of New Jersey – have been indicted by a federal grand jury in North Dakota for conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and fentanyl analogues in the United States and other drug-related conspiracies. Zhang allegedly sent thousands of packaged to U.S. customers since 2013.

Rosenstein warned that those buying fentanyl have little way of knowing what they’re truly getting, and “just a few grains of pure fentanyl can actually case death.”

The acting administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Robert Patterson, said that while “overdose deaths are at catastrophic levels [I] challenge all of us to look beyond the statistics.”

“Instead, focus on the individuals behind those numbers,” he said at a press conference in Washington. “Part of the solution related to this unnecessary loss of life has to come from discussions, which can be difficult and uncomfortable. Each one of these deaths impacts real people, from the immediate victim to all those whose lives they’ve touched.”

Chinese authorities have been assisting the Justice Department in their investigations, but U.S. investigators have faced challenges because the ingredients used to make fentanyl are not necessarily illegal in China, according to Rosenstein.

“The situation now is that some of these labs operate legally in China, but they’re violating U.S. law when they ship it here,” he told ABC News. “We’re hoping that [China] will step up now that we’ve demonstrated that Chinese nationals are [distributing] this poison and causing deaths in the United States.”

Chinese authorities, however, have apparently not taken Yan or Zhang into custody.

“We don’t know exactly what the Chinese are going to do,” Rosenstein said, noting that the United States does not have an extradition treaty with China. “They might be willing to hold them accountable there … so we’re going to share the evidence with them.”

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FBI to help investigate car bomb that killed Panama Papers journalist

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The FBI is helping authorities in Malta investigate a car bomb that killed a journalist who exposed the nation’s ties to offshore tax havens through the leaked Panama Papers.

Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, 53, was reportedly killed Monday as she drove away from her home near Mosta, on Malta’s main island, according to the BBC.

U.S. Department of State spokesperson Heather Nauert condemned Galizia’s death as “appalling violence in the strongest terms possible” in a press briefing Tuesday.

Nauert called for a “thorough, transparent” investigation, saying that the FBI is providing “specific assistance as needed” at the request of Maltese authorities.

Muscat described Galizia’s death as a “barbaric attack” and a “political murder,” as well as an assault on freedom of expression.

Galizia was “was one of my harshest critics, on a political and personal level,” Muscat said. Galizia wrote that Muscat’s wife, along with the country’s energy minister and the government’s chief of staff, had offshore holdings in Panama to receive money from Azerbaijan, according to the AP. Muscat and his wife denied that they had companies in Panama.

Thousands of people gathered in Sliema Monday night for a candlelight vigil in tribute to Galizia.

The slain journalist had been a columnist for The Malta Independent for more than 20 years and also wrote a blog called the “Running Commentary.” She is survived by her husband and three sons.

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  1. “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
  2. “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan
  3. “What About Us” by Pink
  4. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” by Shawn Mendes
  5. “Attention” by Charlie Puth

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PET OF THE WEEK

Week of October 9, 2017

 

Name: Rae
Breed: Pitbull Mix
Color: Brindle
Sex: Female
Age: April 8, 2016

Rae is a gentle adult Pitbull mix. This girl can be shy at first, but once she gets to know you she is putty in your lap! Rae has been at the ASCMV since last November, and her adoption fee is free through this October! Come by and meet her today! read more…

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  1. “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan
  2. “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
  3. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” by Shawn Mendes
  4. “What About Us” by Pink
  5. “Attention” by Charlie Puth

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PET OF THE WEEK

Week of October 2, 2017

 

Name: Coco Puff
Breed: Pitbull Mix
Color: Chocolate/White
Sex: Male
Age: 1/22/2015

Coco Puff is a 2 1/2-year-old, big ball of mush. This loving Pitbull mix is all about flopping over and showing off for tummy rubs. He has been here at the shelter for over a year, and you can take him home for free through this October! Stop by ASCMV today! read more…

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  1. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”  by Shawn Mendes
  2. “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan
  3. “Attention” by Charlie Puth
  4. “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
  5. “Believer” by Imagine Dragons

Meet Jackie, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

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Color: Brown/White Spotted
Sex: Female
Age: 9/24/2008

Jackie is a smiley and sweet-natured 9-year-old shepherd mix. She loves walks and playing outside. She will fill your life with sunshine and love, all she needs is a forever home to call her own. Come out and meet this pretty girl today at ASCMV!

 

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