Pet of the week: A senior Lab looking for a good rope toy, and a petite, quiet tabby

Troy and Betty
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Troy is a 13-year-old black brindle Lab mix looking for a loving new home. He found himself at Animal Allies after his previous home could no longer care for him. Troy is a calm, friendly and gentle guy who would like to play with rope toys and even swim from time to time.

Betty is a pretty, petite tabby cat, just over 1 year old, at Warm Fuzzies. She loves to play with other cats, hang out on the cat tree, sit in the window or lounge on the couch. Betty was found as part of a litter outside, and her brothers have since moved on to a new home and are doing well. Betty is still in foster care. Betty would be a good mouser, as she chases anything that moves! She is quiet and small, clean and uses the litterbox. She is afraid of people and would do best in a home without young children. She could go to a home with or without other cats or a friendly dog for a playmate. We are willing to waive her adoption fee.

To adopt a cat or dog in the Northland, call:

  • Animal Allies, Duluth, 218-722-5341,

  • Chequamegon Humane Association, Ashland, 715-682-9744,

  • Contented Critters Shelter, Makinen, 218-638-2153,

  • Helping PAWS Pet Rescue, Inc., 715-373-2222,

  • Humane Society of Douglas County, Superior, 715-398-6784,

  • Mesabi Humane Society, Virginia, 218-741-7425,

  • Northern Lights Animal Rescue, 218-729-1485,

  • Oreo’s Kitty Sanctuary, 218-591-7200, email

  • Precious Paws Humane Society of Chisholm, 218-254-3300, or

  • Range Regional Rescue in Hibbing, 218-262-1900.

  • Star of the North Humane Society, Itasca County, 218-245-3732,

  • Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue Inc.,, 218-576-8534,

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