Pets of the week: A couple pretty tabby cats

Learn more about these pets looking for permanent homes.

Buffalo and Wind Chill (Submitted photos)
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Buffalo is a 7-pound orange tabby cat who is 3 years old. He found himself at Animal Allies after being transferred from a different shelter. Buffalo is a shy guy but after warming up to people will be looking for lots of chin scratches! Animal Allies, Duluth, 218-722-5341, .

Wind Chill is a gentle, friendly tabby cat with big green eyes. A volunteer rescued him from the extreme cold late this winter. When you approach his cage, he’ll roll over and expose his belly. He loves to be petted. Precious Paws Humane Society of Chisholm, 218-254-3300, or .

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