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Adopt-a-Pet: Mikko, Aurora, and Abby

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Mikko Mikko
Aurora Aurora
Abby Abby

Pets make great companions, and can even relieve stress.

So if you're looking to add a pet to your home, a local animal shelter can be a great place to start.

Every Tuesday we feature 3 pets from area shelters looking for loving homes! Here are the pet's featured in this week's edition of Adopt-a-Pet:

Mikko

  • Pit Bill Terrier Mix
  • Male - 2 Years
  • Very well trained (trained for 10 weeks at the Coldwater Prison Program), active, good with most dogs
  • Roscommon County Animal Shelter

Aurora

  • Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Female - 10 Months
  • Good with kids, dogs & cats, outgoing, high energy
  • Otsego County Animal Control Shelter

Abby

  • Domestic Shorthair
  • Female - 8 Months
  • Gets along with cats/kids, great lap cat, loves affection
  • Missaukee County Humane Society
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