2nd Chance: Lilly and Zackerly

Mon Sep 16 13:08:14 PDT 2019

2nd Chance: Lilly and Zackerly

Two of 16 News Now's friends from the St. Joseph County Humane Society dropped by 16 News Now at noon Monday to introduce us all to Lilly and Zackerly, a kitten and cat, respectively.

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