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Pet Paws: Supporting Animal Aid in infant animal care

Acadiana Animal Aid joined GMA with a very special guest, Juno.

Juno is almost three weeks old and is one of seven puppies in the Acadiana Animal Aid Foster Care program.

Those puppies, including Juno, are a special population at Animal Aid who have necessary needs that require continued care and donations. These young puppies, according to director Heidi Paterson, will continue to be in the care of the center for several months.

Animal Aid is asking that the public take considerations in volunteering or donating to help the very young animals that do arrive at the center.

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Pet Paws: Juno is one of seven Puppies that Acadiana Animal Aid is fostering

There is a need for volunteers to bottle feed and donate formula and money earmarked for infant care.

More information about helping Animal Aid care for all of their infant and young animal rescues, go online to acadianaanimalaid.org or to the Acadiana Animal Aid Facebook Page.

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