Animal Allies: Oreo

Updated: 03/13/2014 9:01 AM
Created: 03/13/2014 8:09 AM

Thursday, Animal Allies stopped by with an adorable cat looking for a forever family!

Oreo is cute as a button and ready to love. Our friend Betsy brought Oreo to us. 

Betsy tells us that Oreo is about 2.5 years old, and she is a short hair. "She did come to us as a stray," she continues. 

Oreo is at Animal Allies in Duluth, in the community room. "That means that the cat does well with other cats," Ben says, and Betsy agrees.

If you'd like to adopt Oreo, head over to Animal Allies, give them a call at 218-722-5341, or head to their website at

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