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Charlie Bucket is ready for a new, permanent home. He’s the kitten that was found in July by a police officer in a taped, five-gallon bucket with four other kittens that did not survive. Multnomah County Animal Shelter Manager John Rowton says Charlie has been in foster care for the past few months.  Charlie will be released for adoption when the shelter opens at noon Wednesday. He has a non-life threatening virus that must be treated with shots and he should not be around other cats. Rowton says, if Charlie's not the best pet for you, there are about 80 other cats at the shelter looking for a new home.

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