Fenton resident Rachel Vandaele takes a photo of her son Maxwell, 4, as he greets the puppies outside of Glik’s in Fenton. Sloane Seven, event manager at Adapt-A-Pet, said they haven’t done an event like this since the COVID-19 pandemic  started. “Interacting with the public is one of the best ways we can educate the public about pet ownership and what our services are,” she said. They brought three puppies, a 1-year-old dog, two kittens and an 8-year-old cat named Cannoli. These events help the animals get more socialization, which has been harder since the shelter isn’t able to allow the usual number of people inside the building. 

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