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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Residents at Providence Animal Center in Media were treated to an early Thanksgiving dinner.

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Staffers brought bowls of dog food made with human-grade premium ingredients to all of the shelter dogs.

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The shelter hopes these animals will find their forever homes after the holiday — and share Thanksgiving with their new owners next year.

If you are looking to add to your family with a new best friend, the shelter reopens on Black Friday — and will offer 50-percent off dog and kitten adoptions, and waive the fee for cat adoptions.

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