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14 years old
What’s today’s date? What! It’s 2016 already?
Golly-gee-willikers, time passes by so quickly. I cannot believe I’m already a senior citizen—or so the label on my bag of food tells me. Luckily for me, I still have lots of love to give to an amazing forever family. I’ve recently been staying with a foster family and they have been absolutely delightful, but I’m ready to find my senior feline palace—or forever home if you prefer to call it.
You know what the best part of adopting a senior animal is? All the sage advice and stories you’ll get to hear. Like that one time my friend Gladys got a new bag of catnip for Christmas and we went out to tease the dogs next door…maybe you had to be there to think it’s funny. Anyways, I have lots of valuable worldly advice too; like never paw at a yellow and black striped flying bug, or never swallow a grasshopper whole because they’ll keep hopping in your tummy. That’s only the tip of my advice iceberg—or adviceberg, as I like to call it.
I am also a big fan of other cat friends and would also do well with a dog friend (as long as he is calm and polite with having a feline buddy!) So a home where I can have other furry friends is a great match for me but I also would do just fine as the solo animal in the home as well.
One thing to note is that I do have a few medical issues that are being addressed with medication at this time. I need medicine to help with my hyperthyroidism and I do have the beginning stages of kidney disease and possibly liver disease. The kind folks at PawsCo can fill you in on all the details but it mostly entails me being on a few medications, getting my bloodwork checked regularly, and a special food that is easier on my kidneys. I appreciate you understanding that a sweet cat like me with some medical needs is still a wonderful match for a loving family and I promise to fill your life with lots of love and happiness as my thank you to you!
If you’re interested in hearing more of my stories and advice—like how to maintain your balance while swatting inanimate objects—then please email my friends from PawsCo at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meet-and-greet with me. Then fill out an adoption application at https://pawsco.org/adopt/catadoptionapplication/ .