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Pets of the week: Spice and Grilled Cheese

Learn more about these pets looking for permanent homes.

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Spice (Submitted photo)

Spice is a domestic short-haired, 1-year-old beautiful orange-and-white cat who gave birth to five beautiful kittens. She was the purrfect mama and is now in search of her furever home. She loves to cuddle, be pet, play with toys, and have all the attention a person can give. Her dream would be to have a home where she can sprawl out and lay in the sun. Spice is spayed, microchipped, and up-to-date on all vaccines. If you would like to meet her or have an application sent to you, call Precious Paws at 218-254-3300 for an appointment. Potential adopters must provide us with two references and pass a background check before we will proceed with any adoption.

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Grilled Cheese (Submitted photo)

Grilled Cheese is a 1-year-old kitty looking for a loving home. He a friendly and affectionate guy who loves attention. He would love nothing more than to find a home where attention and pets will be endless. If you are interested in adopting Grilled Cheese, please visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road or call the adoption team at 218-722-5341 for more information.

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Grilled Cheese (Submitted photo)

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