Pets of the Week

This kitten-active sweety was found with siblings. She will periodically talk to you and is typically cat affectionate. Remi is easy-going, passive with other cats, likes dogs and would do OK with respectful kids. She enjoys playing with interactive toys, uses a scratching post, and would do best with a companion cat. The vet estimates this torbi kitten 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.

Chase and Gracie are a 4-year-old brother/sister pair who are bonded and need to be adopted together. While both are friendly and cuddly, Chase is more extroverted — he likes other animals and is very adaptable to many situations, loves to purr and sleep next to you. Gracie is more shy and timid to sounds and her environment. She loves to be petted and sleeps at the foot of the bed. Chase and Gracie have had a complete wellness exam, have been neutered/spayed, microchipped, tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, and are updated on vaccinations. Their adoption fee is $175 ($350 pair) which includes a free wellness exam within seven days of adoption.

For more information from the Southwest Metro Animal Rescue and Adoption Society contact 952-368-7297, Ext. 2; swmetroanimal; or www.swmetroanimal

Hershey is the epitome of a small Chihuahua with a big attitude. He is young, about 1-1/2 years old and brown and white. He deeply loves his people and wants nothing more than to be the center of attention. This sometimes means he does not like to share. He is a very loving guy and bonds easily with one person. Like many smaller dogs, he would benefit from having some training that includes boundaries and setting rules to ensure he understands he is not in charge. Hershey can be a little territorial when it comes to other dogs but seems to do OK with cats. He is up-to-date on his vaccines, neutered, microchipped, negative for heartworm, and his adoption fee is $400.

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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