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Pets of the Week: Enzo, Fenway and Sassy

Learn more about these pets looking for a permanent home.

"Pet of the Week" Enzo, a rabbit
Enzo is available for adoption from Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue.
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Enzo is a sweet, young Flemish Giant rabbit. He will grow to be about 13 pounds. He loves attention, loves to play, and has a fun personality. Flemish Giants need a large space to run, and he is an indoor rabbit. At his foster home, Enzo enjoys treat puzzles, laying by the window, exploring, and, of course, getting lots of attention. Enzo would not do well in a noisy household. Enzo is neutered and litterbox trained. Apply privately to Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue by emailing , contact them on Facebook or call 218-576-8534 (no texts).

"Pet of the Week" Fenway, a dog
Fenway is available for adoption from Animal Allies.
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Fenway is a 4-year-old pup looking for a loving home. He is a sweet and energetic guy who just loves being around his people. Fenway likes to greet you by jumping up to say "hi" so he would benefit from learning some manners. He absolutely adores his treats and toys so make sure you have plenty to give him. Fenway thinks he is a lap dog despite being 70 pounds, so be ready for lots of snuggles. If you are interested in adopting Fenway, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road, Duluth, or call 218-722-5341 .

"Pet of the Week" Sassy, a cat
Sassy is available for adoption from Precious Paws Humane Society of Chisholm.
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Sassy is an 8-year-old domestic short-haired tabby cat who can say "hello." She loves to play and be pet. She warms up fast to everyone and would make a perfect addition to your family. Sassy has been at the shelter for 3 months and would love to have a home that she can call her own. To meet Sassy, contact Precious Paws Humane Society of Chisholm at 218-254-3300 .

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