It's "Wet Nose Wednesday" on "Andy in the Morning."
Today, Trudy Ender, Executive Director of the Humane Society of West Michigan, brought Autumn back into the studios. Last week we had talked about their weekend event "Love-a-Bull" and their discount adoption charges
It's "Wet Nose Wednesday" on the morning show, and today it was fun with "furry critters."
Jen brought in two, 9-week old kittens to visit, and were they cute. They're adoptable, of course, from a litter of 4. The Humane Society recommends adopting at least two because cats love to have a friend.
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