Sacramento Ballet dancers, from left, Katie Miller, Lauryn Winterhalder and Karina Hagemeyer lavish attention on Muffin, an adoptable puppy from the Front Street Animal Shelter, during the “Nutcracker” ballet rehearsal in Sacramento earlier this month. Adoptable dogs from the shelter will be featured in the Sacramento Ballet’s performances of the “Nutcracker” this holiday season.
Sacramento Ballet dancers, from left, Katie Miller, Lauryn Winterhalder and Karina Hagemeyer lavish attention on Muffin, an adoptable puppy from the Front Street Animal Shelter, during the “Nutcracker” ballet rehearsal in Sacramento earlier this month. Adoptable dogs from the shelter will be featured in the Sacramento Ballet’s performances of the “Nutcracker” this holiday season. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Sacramento Ballet dancers, from left, Katie Miller, Lauryn Winterhalder and Karina Hagemeyer lavish attention on Muffin, an adoptable puppy from the Front Street Animal Shelter, during the “Nutcracker” ballet rehearsal in Sacramento earlier this month. Adoptable dogs from the shelter will be featured in the Sacramento Ballet’s performances of the “Nutcracker” this holiday season. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

Sacramento shelter dogs are among this year’s ‘Nutcracker’ divas

November 26, 2014 6:35 PM

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