Pets of the week: An exotic looking cat and a cuddly terrier mix

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May 15—Cheetah is a beautiful male tabby cat with exotic brown coloring in spots and stripes. He also has large, pretty eyes. Cheetah is a clean, large boy who loves to get pets. He has come out of his shell in foster care to trust new people. He lived with many other cats, so he likes to play with young cats. Cheetah is neutered, up to date on shots and tested NEG for Felf/FIV and microchipped. Warm Fuzzies Animal Rescue Inc.,, 218-576-8534,

Kane is a 53-pound, black and white border collie and American Staffordshire terrier mix who is 1 year old. He came to Animal Allies after his previous home could no longer care for him. When first meeting, he's pretty shy and timid, especially with men. However, after some time and patience, he's a sweet and cuddly boy. Kane likes to sit on laps and follow people around. Animal Allies, Duluth, 218-722-5341,

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

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

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

Helping PAWS Pet Rescue, Inc., 715-513-6106,

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,

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