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Dearborn Animal Shelter Fundraiser Raffles Off Tiger Suite Tix

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Plenty of animals are in need of love and a good family right now, and the Dearborn Animal Shelter is an organization that helps those animals find a good home.

The shelter is putting on a much needed fundraiser, and they could use your help.

Sandy Boulton from the Dearborn Animal Shelter joined us live in studio Sunday morning, and she brought an adorable little friend.

Watch the video to see her interview with Fox 2's Jackie Paige.

Find all the info about the fundraiser below:
Tiger Suite Raffle, for Tigers vs. Twins on Sept. 9
$100 per ticket (only 250 available)
Thursday, August 25th
Silky's Martini Bar
21931 Michigan Ave, Detroit

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