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Pets of the week: Chitter and Fannie

Learn more about these pets looking for permanent homes.

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Chitter.
Contributed / Helping PAWS Pet Rescue
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Calling all snugglers! Chitter is probably just about the best snuggler at the rescue and always looking for a lap to climb into. While Chitter is a little stiff-gaited due to mild cerebellar hypoplasia, this cat can do all cat things just fine. If you are looking for two handsome black cats, you are in luck as Chitter has a brother named Chatter. Contact Helping PAWS Pet Rescue in Washburn to learn more at helpingpawswi.org .

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Fannie.
Contributed / Animal Allies of Duluth

Fannie is a 2-year-old funny girl. She loves to run, snuggle with humans and enjoy all kinds of toys and treats. Fannie received a month of professional training and her new family will receive free follow-up training to help transition her into their home. Fannie has a lot of energy and is looking for humans who are excited to keep working on obedience with her. If you are interested in adopting Fannie, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road, Duluth, or call the adoption team at 218-722-5341.

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