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Animal Allies: Iggie

Created: 10/03/2013 9:01 AM WDIO.com

"She's a really sweet...medium haired girl," Jennie tells us right off the bat. And Iggie is definitely sweet! She is 14 years old. Jennie Connelly tells us that Iggie has a beautiful, full coat of hair, and very pretty eyes. "She loves to cuddle...she's young at heart."

Jennifer says that Iggie would be fine with dogs and other cats, but certainly won't be their best friends. "She would do well in a slightly quieter household."

There are still a couple weeks left of the Animal Allies raffle that has been going on all summer. It ends on October 19th. The raffle tickets are $5 each and you can pick them up at their Duluth or Superior location. All proceeds go towards taking care of the Animal Allies animals. Prizes include a $1,000 gift certificate to Gun Flint Lodge.

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

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