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Animal Allies: Elijah

Updated: 07/31/2014 9:12 AM
Created: 07/31/2014 8:59 AM WDIO.com

Elijah is a shy seven week old black kitten, available for adoption through Animal Allies. He came to the shelter as a stray and is now looking for his fur-ever home. 

Even though he can be a little shy at times, he is still very loving and would warm up to a good caring home. 

Elijah has been neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated.

If you would like to get to know Elijah or any of his friends, stop by Animal Allies in Duluth or call 218-722-2110.

For more information, visit animalallies.net

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