Animal Answers: Book Donation Helps Spark Animal Education

Hermantown Resident Dan Urshan Donates 1,000 Copies of His Recent Book to Local Classrooms, Shelter Contributors, Sparking Topic of Animal Humane Education

DULUTH, Minn. – Hermantown resident Dan Urshan has been rather busy lately, writing a children’s book about a dog called, “Where’s Duke?”

Shawna Weaver, Humane Education Manager at Animal Allies in Duluth, tells FOX 21, Urshan is graciously donating 1,000 copies of the book to Animal Allies.

Aside from some of the books being donated to local classrooms in the Northland, many of the copies will also be handed out this Saturday, October 13 during the Humane Society’s Fur Ball Gala.

Weaver says everyone who donates to the “fund-a-need” at the Fur Ball Gala will receive a copy.

Weaver also brought in two kittens on her recent appearance on FOX 21 Local News from 7 – 9 a.m.

The two male kittens will soon be available for adoption at Animal Allies Humane Society.

To learn more about the shelter, click here.

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