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Animal Allies: Julius

Updated: 04/02/2014 9:03 AM
Created: 04/02/2014 8:40 AM WDIO.com

Our friend Jennie from Animal Allies stopped by the show with a cuddly friend for us. Julius is a 6 year old Siamese crossed with domestic short hair.

Julius is just under 7 pounds, and Brittany had a great time meeting him! Julius is very handsome, and he has a charming, independent personality! He loves dogs, laser lights and string, and he is very playful.

Also, remember that Spring time is kitten season. Cats breed seasonally, so now is a great time to adopt or help out at the shelter.

For more information on available pets or Julius, you can call Animal Allies at 218-722-5341, or head to their website at animalallies.net.

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