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Shelter animals hit the jackpot

Mojo, Wolfie, others find homes while more strays wait

10:35 AM, Apr. 6, 2013
Mike Govek of Ledgeview holds Eddie, the newest of his family's three dogs. Eddie, a shepherd mix formerly known as Wolfie, was adopted from the Happily Ever After Animal Shelter of Ashwaubenon.
Mike Govek of Ledgeview holds Eddie, the newest of his family's three dogs. Eddie, a shepherd mix formerly known as Wolfie, was adopted from the Happily Ever After Animal Shelter of Ashwaubenon.
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Mojo might not realize it yet, but he recently won the cat lottery.

After sharing space at an Ashwaubenon animal shelter with roughly 100 other cats for the past year, the former stray now lives in a five-bedroom house in Kewaunee County with another feline, a beagle and her new "mom," Jenna Sing.

Mojo is one of a group of cats - and one dog - that have found "forever homes" after an appearance at a Green Bay pet store and a Press-Gazette Media story last month about homeless animals. ...

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