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Purr-fect pets for adoption in and around Saint Paul

Interested in adopting a pet — or just gazing at some lovable pets? There are dozens of great pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Saint Paul.

Animal shelters work hard to care for unhoused pets and connect them to loving homes. Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of pets currently available for adoption.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Drow, mouse

Drow is a male mouse being cared for at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

Here's what Drow's friends at MN Pocket Pet Rescue think of him:

Drow is very shy, but friendly and sweet towards humans. Drow is still growing into his ears so he is extra cute! Drow loves to climb on his huts and has started using his wheel a lot.

Read more about Drow on Petfinder.

Briar, sugar glider

Briar is a female sugar glider being cared for at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

From Briar's current caretaker:

Briar is friendly toward humans, chatty, playful, energetic and readily allows you to pick her up. She enjoys foraging toys, running on the wheel and cuddling with cage mates. Briar is of unknown gender, but is believed to be female. Her pouch is either underdeveloped or before she was found and brought to the vet she had been neutered. This will not affect Briar's health in any way, but they should always be kept with females or neutered males. 

Apply to adopt Briar today at Petfinder.

Phillip, sugar glider

Phillip is a male sugar glider being kept at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

Notes from Phillip's caretakers:

Phillip is inquisitive, friendly toward humans, playful, energetic, and readily allows you to pick him up. He likes honey sticks, white chocolate chips and meal worms. He enjoys running on his wheel, tent time and cuddling with his cage mates.  Phillip has a little kink at the end of his tail, its almost the only way to tell him and his sister apart! 

Read more about how to adopt Phillip on Petfinder.

Maisy, bunny rabbit

Maisy is a female bunny rabbit being kept at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

Maisy has all her shots. Maisy is a special needs pet, so please inquire about her specific care requirements.

From Maisy's current caretaker:

Maisy is inquisitive, friendly toward humans, friendly toward other animals, playful and energetic. She is partially blind. We think she can see light sources and possibly fuzzy objects, but struggles every once in a while with things like finding dropped treats or hands moving to pet her and she doesn't see them coming. Typically, you don't even notice she has a hard time, she definitely doesn't let it slow her down. She gets around new places with ease and is very curious and sweet. 

Apply to adopt Maisy today at Petfinder.

Cumulus, chinchilla

Cumulus is a lovable male chinchilla being kept at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

Cumulus is vaccinated.

From Cumulus' current caretaker:

Cumulus loves to run on his wheel and lounge in hammocks! He is inquisitive and friendly toward humans. He is generally most active in the evening when I take him out. He runs on his wheel at night a lot. He loves to get chin scratches!

Read more about Cumulus on Petfinder.

Jerry, ferret

Jerry is a male ferret being cared for at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

He has been vaccinated.

Here's what Jerry's friends at MN Pocket Pet Rescue think of him:

Jerry is a very sweet ferret. While he has a lot of energy for play and exploring, he is fairly mellow by ferret standards. He loves to take long naps, watch his surroundings and play with his brother Ben.

Apply to adopt Jerry today at Petfinder.

Chip, Guinea pig

Chip is a handsome male Guinea pig currently residing at MN Pocket Pet Rescue.

Here's what Chip's friends at MN Pocket Pet Rescue think of him:

Chip is inquisitive, friendly toward humans, cuddly, chatty, playful, energetic and sweet. Chip came into the rescue slightly underweight but with proper nutrition and vet guidance he is back up to an ideal weight. 

Apply to adopt Chip today at Petfinder.


This story was created automatically using local animal shelter data, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.