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Pet of the week: Rolo

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This week KFBB is featuring Rolo as our Pet of the Week. He's available for adoption right now at the Maclean Animal Adoption Center (MAAC) in Great Falls.

Rolo is a 2 year old cat, who is pretty laid back, a little shy at first but easily warms up, and definitely a talker.

“He does like to sing and he's got a very good voice and he will belt it out for all the world to hear. Once he gets used to you and gets comfortable with his situation he is a wonderful cat,” said Tom Hazen.

For the most part, the adoption center says he would do best in a quieter home.

“I think he would be good for a home that's got a little lower energy, probably more like not too many little kids running around and not too many other animals,” said Hazen.

Rolo may get along with other cats but the adoption center says that's on a case by case basis, but they say if you don’t mind some extra fur flying around. He would be perfect.

“The only complaint you might have from time to time is he has a little bit of a shedding problem.  But if you’re an animal lover that’s something you take in stride,” said Hazen.

If you’re interested in adopting Rolo you can head over to the adoption center at 900 25th avenue northeast or you can call the center at 406-727-PETS.

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