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Animal Allies: Princess Aslaug

Updated: 06/19/2014 9:22 AM
Created: 06/19/2014 9:09 AM WDIO.com

We had a fantastic visit from Animal Allies and Princess Aslaug, a beautiful black and white female cat. This royal cutie is very cool, calm, and collected! She prefers to lay around and observe as the hustle and bustle of life goes on around her.

While she is relaxed, she may not like other cats, so she might be best in a single-cat household. She has been spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated. If you would like to adopt Princess Aslaug, head to Animal Allies for a visit or call 218-722-2110.

You can also visit their website at animalallies.net

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