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Animal Allies: Eton

Created: 09/26/2013 8:54 AM WDIO.com

"He's a really sweet, 8 month old kitten," Jennifer tells us, introducing us to Eton.  Jennifer Connelly tells us that Eton is very shy, but once he warms up he is very sweet and likes to cuddle.

Eton is at the Duluth shelter, and is available for adoption along with many other pets.

"He has FIV, or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus" said Jennie, and he needs a little more care. He can pass it to other cats, but dogs and other animals cannot contract it.

Once again, you can adopt Eton at Animal Allies in Duluth. You can check their website for more information or their Facebook too.

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