BOSTON (CBS) —  Four animals up for adoption through the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.

Boo is up for adoption through the APCSM (WBZ-TV)

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Boo is a four-year-old American pit bull mix who came to the APCSM as a stray in February.

He is being treated for a skin allergy, which is believed to be seasonal, that caused him to lose some fur.

Piper is up for adoption through the APCSM (WBZ-TV)

Paisley is up for adoption through the APCSM (WBZ-TV)

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Piper and Paisley are one-year-old ferrets. The sisters were surrendered to the APCSM.

They love to play, interact with their owners and even swim.

Broski is up for adoption through the APCSM (WBZ-TV)

Broski is a one-year-old guinea pig Guinea pigs make great first pets for kids. He has slight vision problems in one eye but that doesn’t stop him.

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For more information visit the APCSM’s website.