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Pets of the week: Austin and Charlie

Learn more about these pets looking for permanent homes.

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Austin.
Contributed / Animal Allies of Duluth
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Austin is a 3-year-old pup who can be shy and nervous at first, but once he trusts you he is very friendly. Austin enjoys chasing after toys and showing off his tricks for peanut butter treats. Austin is a selfish lad when it comes to love, so he would prefer to be your one and only pet. If you are interested in adopting Austin, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road, Duluth, or call the adoption team at 218-722-5341 .

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Charlie.
Contributed / Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue Inc.

Charlie is an adult, long-haired, beautiful Russian Blue mix. He is very shy, so he had been separated from other cats in his previous home. Charlie, who is now in foster care, has warmed up to his mom and loves being around her. However, he is very afraid of other cats. Charlie is looking for a very quiet home with someone to care for him and accept him just the way he is. Charlie is fixed, updated on shots and tested negative for feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukemia virus. If you are interested in adopting Charlie, contact Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue Inc. at Warmfuzzies2020@gmail.com , 218-576-8534 or go to warmfuzzies.petfinder.com . Warm Fuzzies always takes back their cats if you are not satisfied.

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