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Animal Allies: Dash

Updated: 02/06/2014 9:23 AM
Created: 02/06/2014 8:21 AM WDIO.com

All dressed up and ready to go!  Dash came on the show looking for a new partner and loving friend to go home with.

Dash is an active and playful cat, and he is about 3.5 years old. And doesn't he look cute with his Valentine's Day collar on? And Jennie tells us that he would love to be in a home with other cats to socialize with.

So if you're looking to adopt Dash, he's at the Duluth shelter. And if you'd like to adopt him or any of the other animals at Animal Allies, you can head to their website at www.animalallies.net, visit their Facebook page, or give them a call at 218-722-5341.

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