This week, Action News 5's Pet of the Week with the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County presents two special cats.
Grizzly and VanGogh are the best of friends and would love to be adopted as a pair.
A dog that was saved from the freezing cold and tied to a tree in the woods is doing very well. The handsome pup,named Jasper by Humane Society staff had a gash in his neck caused by an embedded collar.The wound was a little worse than they thought, and so he will not be available for adoption for a couple of weeks.
Philly is an eight-year-old cat and Action News 5's Pet of the Week.
As you can see in the video above, Philly loves to roll, play and be petted.
The Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County has had her for a little more than a year.
She is great with other cats.
For more call 937 - 3900 or go to their website here.
To see last week's pet of the week click here.
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