Pets of the Week

Pansy, your new companion will hop into your lap, or let you place her there, then her purring starts and she kneads you. She likes to sleep with you and will periodically talk to you. Pansy is outgoing, very friendly, mellow and kitten active. She follows you around. Pansy is fine with kids, most cats and dogs, as well as new folks. She was born May 2017. Siblings available.

Cat Tales Rescue pets have been vet checked, spayed/neutered, wormed, tested for FIV/FeLV, have distemper and rabies shots and a micro ID. Adoption fee is $99 adults, $125 for kittens. For further information or to start the adoption process, leave a message at 612 202-9492.

Coco Grace is a reddish tan, 2-year-old, medium sized terrier mix. She is rambunctious, loving, energetic, and seeking a home with an experienced dog parent with no kids, other dogs or cats. We think she would do amazing at a doggie kindergarten class. Coco loves to learn and to please her humans. She knows how to sit, shake, stay, and we are working hard on “heel” when we run.

She is an excellent runner and loves her leash and going outside. Coco is a very strong girl who thinks she’s a tiny lap dog, so sometimes she doesn’t know her own strength. Coco will do well in a family where she can learn tricks, commands and how to settle down a little. Running usually helps control her energy level and she will need to go to a home with very active humans.

Coco is the best sleeper ever and likes to snuggle with you all night long. She is a healthy girl and not a picky eater. She could use some training, but Coco Grace will make a great companion for the right home. Coco Grace is updated on age-appropriate vaccines, spayed, microchipped, negative for heartworm, and her adoption fee is $325.

This and other friendly pets are available for adoption through Carver-Scott Humane Society. To start the adoption process or check out the full list of animals available for adoption, visit or call 952-368-3553.

Community Editor

Mark Olson, the Chaska and Chanhassen community editor who has worked in Carver County for 20 years, makes any excuse to write about local history. In his spare time, Mark enjoys perusing old books, watching blockbusters and taking Midwest road trips.


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