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Pets of the week

Animal Care & Control
Poncho is a 2-year-old Siamese. His $10 adoption fee includes neutering, microchip and vaccinations. To adopt him, call Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control at 427-5502 or
Reamus is a 7-month-old neutered brown tabby domestic shorthair. He gets along with children, other cats and cat-friendly dogs. To adopt him, call the Allen County SPCA at 744-0454.
Kusco is a 1 1/2 -year-old neutered tri-color rat terrier mix. He would do well with children older than 5, other dogs and even cats. To adopt him call the Allen County SPCA at 744-0454.