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Adopt Me: Meet partners in crime, Ozzi and Mimi (adopted)

They are both very friendly and like spending time with people
Ozzi and Mimi

OrilliaMatters, in partnership with the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.

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Ozzi and Mimi

Hey there! We are Ozzi and Mimi. We are a male orange tabby and a female brown tabby that have grown up together. We like to spend time together, but also like our alone time. We are both very friendly and like spending time with people.

When we first arrived at the Orillia Animal Centre we were a little bit nervous, but we quickly became comfortable with the staff. We love spending time with the volunteers and playing with them. They are taking very good care of us.

We are super appreciative of everyone here and are just waiting to find a home that has room for both of us.

We have lived together since we were babies, so we need to go to a home together. We always like meeting with potential adopters and look forward to seeing you and talking to you about taking us home. We are on the adoption floor at the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre. See you soon!

To view other animals available for adoption, please visit: www.ontariospca.ca. All SPCA Orillia Animal Centre dog and cat adoptions include the animal’s spay or neuter surgery, microchip implant, vaccines, deworming/flea treatments, and a complimentary exam by a Veterinarian in the area.

Interested in adopting from the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre? Visit us at 467 West Street North in Orillia to meet our animals and to fill out an adoption application. You can also visit www.meetyourmatch.ontariospca.ca to learn more about our Meet Your Match program and fill out a survey and find out what animals best suit your household and lifestyle.

For questions about adopting, volunteering, or donating, please give us a call at 705-325-1304 or email us at orillia@ospca.on.ca.

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