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            Animal Allies: Wilbur

            Created: March 12, 火红彩票代理 10:26 AM

            Wilbur is a beautiful, shy cat up for adoption at Animal Allies.  He came to the shelter as a stray and is about one year old.

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            Nicole Facciotto, with Animal Allies, said they had to shave off most of his hair when he first arrived because it was very matted. 

            "He is pretty shy," Facciotto said.  "He's definitely kind of the kitty that hanging out toward the back of the kennel."

            Once he's out, he'll warm up a bit.  Facciotto said he'd be great with a patient family.

            If you'd like to adopt Wilbur, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road or give them a call at 218-722-5341. to see more animals available for adoption.

            Facciotto said this time of year is a busy time for strays.   "We're asking for donation for all of the kitties we're about to see," she said.

            You can donate Yesterday's News Litter to help out.

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