Madison is a 12 year old, independent, easy going tabby cat looking for her forever home. She’s very relaxed around new people and loves to be scratched in that sweet spot under her chin. Her foster describes her personality best: “Madison is the perfect mix of super sweet and super independent. She is perfectly cool if you’re gone at work all day, but also likes when you chill with her on the weekends. She will follow people around the house and loves to be in the same room as her humans, but enjoys her own space sometimes, too. She is a very relaxed cat, and loves to walk around the house and check everything out before jumping on the bed for some snuggles. She is very intelligent, and and loves to be brushed. She greets me almost every day at the door when she hears me coming home from work.”
Being a senior cat, Madison does require a little extra care she takes medicine twice daily, and because she is a less active kitty, has to stick to a strict distribution of food. But her foster reiterates that her easy going nature makes the process very simple: “The Medicine is really not much of a burden. She is very cooperative, and never fights it...I thought she would be a handful with the special diet/twice daily medicine, but it’s just become part of our routine; only takes about thirty seconds and you’re done!”
If this incredibly sweet, easy going, intelligent lady is destined to complete your family, reach out to Cat Town to meet Madison. Cat Town will pay for Madison's veterinary coverage for life.
Madison is vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, tested negative for FIV and FeLV, and $50 to adopt.
Cat Town is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, formed by long term volunteers from Oakland Animal Services (OAS) and other Bay Area shelters. We have partnered with OAS to take the cats who are least likely to do well in a shelter setting. Please learn more about Cat Town by checking out our website at www.cattownoakland.org or our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/CatTownOAK.
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