Thursday, July 16, 2015

Four Older Cats

Maybe you would like to get a cat, but you don't want to deal with training an energetic, rambunctious kitten. You should consider an adult or even a senior cat. There are many older cats available for adoption from the Humane Society of Noble County.
Many of the older cats have already been declawed and/or neutered. They are already litter box trained. They still like to play, but their play is a little more under control than a kitten's. Most of all, these older cats just want attention from a loving human and a nice home to live in.
Today I will feature 4 of the many older cats at the shelter.

This is Sandy, a black and tan tabby with tiger stripes. She is approximately 4-6 years old.

Sandy is spayed, has had shots and flea prevention, has been wormed, and is FIV-negative. (Look at those cool stripes!)

Sandy has been at the shelter for 2-3 weeks. Look at those eyes! She is asking you to come choose her for your loving pet!

This girl is Snowball, a black, tan and white cat with a lot of tabby markings. She is approximately 5-6 years old.

Snowball is spayed and declawed, and is up-to-date on shots, worming, and flea prevention. She is FIV-negative.
She has been at the shelter for about 3 weeks, and would love for you to give her a new home!

This is Lilly, a dilute calico. That means that she has the three colors of a calico, (black, orange, and white) but her colors are muted. Lilly is 8 years old and has been at the shelter for 3-4 weeks. 
This picture shows how content she is to be held and petted!

Lilly has been spayed and front-declawed. She is also current on shots, flea prevention, and worming, and is FIV-negative. Lilly is a big girl, weighing in at almost 16 pounds. Look at her beautiful green eyes! Come visit this big love bug!

This guy is Tabby, an orange male tabby who is approximately 13 years old. He is neutered and declawed.

Tabby kept going behind the front desk where he thought he could get some attention from the employees.

Tabby is up-to-date on shots, flea prevention, and worming, and is FIV-negative. He has been at the shelter for about 3 weeks. This friendly senior cat would really love to have a forever home for the rest of his life!

These 4 adult cats and many others are available for adoption at the Humane Society of Noble County.  Come visit them all and pick one out to be yours.  (Or many times, the cat picks you!)

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