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Furkids Thrift Store helps save animals

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NORCROSS, Ga. - There is nothing us folks at Good Day Atlanta like better than a thrift store. Well, maybe one thing -- helping animals. So, imagine how happy we were to find a place that combines both!

The Furkids Thrift Store in Norcross is operated by cage-free, no-kill shelter Furkids, and proceeds from the store benefit Furkids programs. The 9,000 square-foot store includes a wide variety of inventory, including furniture, appliances, books, clothes, and sporting goods.

And pet lovers will particularly enjoy a trip to the store, since it's get some resident kitties happy to "help" customers!

Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken dropped by the store to check it out

Click the videos above to take a look!

For more on FurKids: furkids.org/store
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