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Ragnar (& Oliver)   

In shelter Cat

Minneapolis, MN, 55438
Pet name:
Ragnar (& Oliver)
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
What could be better than a fat cat?  Two fat cats!!  
Meet Ragnar (grey and white ) and Oliver (black and white w a mustache and goatee). These big boys (as in adult, neutered and husky, weighing in around 18 lbs each) have been in rescue for just over a week. Their dad has gone into hospice and is hoping they can be re-homed together.   Both of these guys are super snugglers. Oliver creeps closer and closer at bedtime until his paws are over your shoulder and you are face to face. Ragnar just rams his way into where he wants to be with no finesse but it’s adorkable.  They are very outgoing cats who like to be in the same room with their human(s). They LOVE the catnip-filled toys and rolling around in little piles of it on the floor.   They are still getting used to my resident cats so they aren’t running around being as frisky and playing with toys as much as I’m sure they would like to be.   They are also on strict diets which they are even more unhappy about but it is in their best interest. 

Both cats are great about using the litterbox and sharpening their claws on the cat trees.   
They are each 9 years old, up to date on vetting, have been altered and are litter trained.  

If you are interested in meeting Oliver & Ragnar, please visit our website and fill out a cat application.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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