Pets of the week for Feb. 28, 2012Cinnamon Roll and Doug are cats up for adoption featured this week.
CINNAMON ROLL is a 7-year-old flamepoint Siamese-mix male cat available for adoption through Animal Allies Humane Society. Cinnamon Roll started out as a stray and was transferred to Animal Allies from the city animal shelter. He likes dogs and other cats and loves to ride on shoulders (in fact, he prefers it to being held). He would do best in a home with no little children because he startles easily.
An adoption fee is required for all adoptions. Animal Allies uses the “Meet your Match” adoption program designed by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The program evaluates an animal’s behavior and interests and matches them to an adopter’s preferences so you take home a pet you really click with. Call (218) 722-2110 or visit www.animalallies.net for more information.
DOUG is an adult male tabby available for adoption through the Humane Society of Douglas County. He has beautiful green eyes and is a large and quiet cat. He loves to be brushed, have his tummy rubbed and get his ears scratched. He gets along with other cats and will play a little bit, but he takes it pretty easy most days.
An adoption fee is required for Doug’s adoption. Call (715) 398-6784 or go to www.hsdcpets.com for more information.
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