Pets of the week: Fannie and Elphaba

Learn more about these pets looking for a permanent home.

Contributed / Animal Allies of Duluth
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Fannie is a 2-year-old pup looking for a loving home to call her own. Fannie is a little shy at first, but once she warms up, she will be your best friend. She loves to run and enjoys all kinds of toys and treats. I do have a lot of energy and am looking for someone that can help teach me to be the best dog that I can be!
If you are interested in adopting Fannie, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road, Duluth, or call the adoption team at 218-722-5341 .

Contributed / Helping PAWS Pet Rescue

I'm Elphaba — named after the character in "Wicked," the musical. You see, when I first came to the rescue, I was a bit scared and misunderstood. I quickly settled into the friendly, funny and lovable cat that I really am. My favorite things to do are play with just about any type of toy, run through the house chasing my siblings (no broomstick needed!), and then cuddling on my foster mom's lap purring away. I'd love to join a home with either cats or dogs or both. Contact Helping PAWS Pet Rescue in Washburn to meet Elphaba at .

To adopt a cat or dog anywhere in the Northland, call:

DONATIONS NEEDED: Kitten season is here. Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue Inc., a nonprofit, 501(c)3, is in need of kitten formula, wet cat food and cat litter supplies. Contact or 218-576-8534 or 218-940-6958 for more information.

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