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Pets of the week: Oakey and Oculus

Learn more about these pets looking for permanent homes.

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Oakey (Submitted photo)
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Oakey is the most handsome silver gray male cat you will ever meet. He's a little shy at first but you’ll win him over with pets and food. Oakey likes to play and have his belly rubbed. And cool thing about Oakey's name – it is derived from the Anglo-Saxon times and was given to people who resided near streams and trees. He came from an outdoor cat colony that lived in a place just like that. To adopt Oakey, call Helping PAWS Pet Rescue at 715-513-6106 or go to helpingpawswi.org .

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Oculus (Submitted photo)


Oculus, a 6-year-old feline, is looking for a loving home to call her own. She is an outgoing and playful gal looking for a family to keep her busy. Oculus is pretty vocal and not shy about letting you know when she wants something. If you’re looking for a talkative pal, Oculus is the cat for you. To adopt Oculus, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road or call the adoption team at 218-722-5341 .

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Oculus (Submitted photo)

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