Pets of the week: Elvis and Coco – The Duluth News Tribune

Hey! my name is Elvis And I am a 3 year old looking for a loving home. I am a very sweet guy who can be a little nervous when meeting new people. I’m not a huge fan of other dogs, they scare me, so I would prefer a home where I can be the only dog. I love all the toys, and of course any treats available. I know some basic commands but I could use some help learning even more.

If you are interested in adopting an Eloise, visit Animal Elise at 4006 Airport Road, Duluth, or you can call the adoption team.


to 10:30 a.m. and place a non-refundable $25 hold for the adoption fee to be first in line for adoption.


Supported by / Warm Fizz Animal Rescue Inc.

Coco Abandoned because his owner became very ill and sadly had to leave. Coco is always around other cats and plays with other male cats in foster care. She is a loving, cuddly cat and loves to play. He loves to climb the cat tree and sleep in your bed. He is on a pill that he takes easily every day because he is diabetic, but he is in good health and we recently had dental treatment for him. Coco is neutered, up to date on shots, tested negative for feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukemia virus and is microchipped.

If you are interested in applying, contact Warm Fizz Animal Rescue Inc. by email at 218-576-8534

or go to

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