Animals of the week: Tucker and Petey – Duluth News Tribune

Tucker, a 4-yr-aged grey-and-white tabby cat with green eyes, was abandoned on the streets. He survived a long time because of to handouts from sort people who observed him out attempting to endure. A person cold night a girl read him crying. She soon discovered him limping and struggling as he experimented with to make his way in the pretty chilly snow and ice. Tucker had a terrible damage to his again leg so she brought him to Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue Inc. foster treatment. Tucker was treated by a vet and has now recovered. He is sweet as can be. Tucker is however a little bit jumpy with sudden movements, but he is a pretty affectionate and loving cat that enjoys to be held and sit around you. Tucker is great with most other cats and helpful canine in foster treatment, even so, we do not think he would do perfectly with tiny youngsters. He is neutered, up to date on pictures and analyzed damaging for felv/FIV. Microchipped. If you have a fantastic dwelling for this sweet boy, be sure to get in touch with us at at 218-576-8534 or e mail

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Petey

Contributed /Animal Allies of Duluth

Petey is a incredibly sweet and energetic person who is searching for a lively residence to support operate his strength out. Even nevertheless Pete is 2 many years previous, he acts more like a pup and will will need some work on his primary manners. Petey has been away at instruction and is understanding rapidly and just desires his new residence to keep reliable with what he is learned. His new household will obtain cost-free professional stick to up training to be certain his transition to your dwelling is a good results. Petey enjoys to operate all-around taking part in keep absent with all varieties of toys and he enjoys heading for walks. If you are intrigued in adopting Petey, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Highway or call the adoption team at

218-722-5341.

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