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Stray Breaks into Fairbanks Shelter
That’s one strategy for finding a home
Sandy Klimaschesky and Albert at the North Star Borough animal shelter in Fairbanks, Alaska.

I love this story about a stray breaking into a Fairbanks shelter—and not just because Albert looks an awful lot like my dog. I’m guessing Albert’s story will help him land in a good home. Let’s hope the same can be said for all his current shelter buddies.

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Lisa Wogan lives in Seattle and is the author of, most recently, Dog Park Wisdom.

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