Pets of the week: A cat looking for a quiet home

Learn more about these pets looking for permanent homes.

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Priscilla was found outside raising tiny babies. She was rescued and taken into foster care. Priscilla's babies have all found new homes and now Priscilla needs a chance! She follows her foster mom around and gives her kisses. She is very affectionate and loving. She never tries to go outside; she remembers the hard times! Priscilla is a friendly cat, about 2 years old. She has a pretty, short coat of black and white. A quiet home would be best for her. She has lived with other cats in foster care, she does best with male cats. Dogs unknown. Priscilla is spayed, utd on shots, tested NEG for Felv/FIv and microchipped. If you are interested in adopting Priscilla, please contact Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue.


Dullahan is an all-black domestic medium-hair who is 5 years old. He found himself at Animal Allies after he was found as a stray by Duluth Animal Services. He's a meek and mild boy, but would love a good lap to lay on once he warms up to someone new. He's looking for a home where he can get tons of love, but you have to remember that it's always on his terms! Once he's settled into a good home, his favorite pastime is lounging in the sun and looking out the window and the birds and squirrels.

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