Animal Allies: Missy

Updated: 08/14/2014 9:25 AM
Created: 08/14/2014 9:16 AM

Missy is a loving 10 year old calico domestic short hair cross. She came to Animal Allies from a previous owner and is now looking for her new forever home.

She would love a home that will give her some extra love since she has hyperthyroidism. That doesn't hinder her from loving her new family, though!

Missy is spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated. She's reported to get along well with other cats, and likes to play with toys.

Her personality is "Personal Assistant," so she wants to be by your side as you go about your daily routine.

Missy has no adoption fee.

If you would like to meet Missy or any of the other animals available for adoption, visit Animal Allies in Duluth.

For more information, call 218-722-5341 or visit

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