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How about a "Baker" for your family?

"Baker" awaits adoption at the NEAHS. (Source: KAIT-TV) "Baker" awaits adoption at the NEAHS. (Source: KAIT-TV)
Kristie Grotheer holds "Baker" on Mid-Day. (Source: KAIT-TV) Kristie Grotheer holds "Baker" on Mid-Day. (Source: KAIT-TV)
"Baker" loves to play and would be a good addition to a family with young children, according to NEAHS. (Source: KAIT-TV) "Baker" loves to play and would be a good addition to a family with young children, according to NEAHS. (Source: KAIT-TV)
You can visit "Baker" at the Northeast Arkansas Humane Society. (Source: NEAHS) You can visit "Baker" at the Northeast Arkansas Humane Society. (Source: NEAHS)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Gold and white markings color "Baker" from his face to his belly and all four paws.

"He was brought in with his Mom and two brothers when they were just three weeks old," Kristie Grotheer, a Northeast Arkansas Humane Society volunteer, said. "Baker is the only one left of the litter. The other two have been called for."

"He loves to play with anyone and anything," Tina Coots, NEAHS board member said. "Baker is a joy to be around and to watch play with his other two brothers. What fun a small child would have with Baker as their pal."

NEAHS is located at 6111 E Highland Drive in Jonesboro. You can inquire about Baker or any other pet up for adoption at (870) 932-5185. 

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