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Can you imagine what it must be like to lose your home and family--twice? This healthy, lovely, loving senior cat endured the death of her first owner, and recently risked going to a shelter because her second elderly owner (a very kind man) can no longer care for her. In any shelter, she'd already be euthanized. Because who wants an older cat? People are concerned that being older means health problems and costs, and that a senior cat can't/won't bond with them. They may be scared of having to handle the death of a pet sooner than they'd want. To that, we'll say this: No cat of any age comes with a crystal ball; you can never know for certain what may happen with a cat's health or prospects. Here's what we can know for certain: Fluffy is so sweet and loving. Her heart is wide open to people; she is clearly aching to belong to someone nice once more. She is healthy with no present need of any medications or any particular medical care. As a long-haired beauty-kitty, she will need some regular brushing and grooming. Beyond that, how terrible be would it be to spend however many years there may be with a loving, devoted pet who lights up when you enter a room? If that sounds good and reasonable to you, please let us know and we'll arrange for you to meet our darling Fluffy.