Porsche came to us as a stray, severely underweight and a little the worse for wear, but still so friendly and sweet. She's obviously lived in a home before because she loves the attention of people and gets along well with pretty much everyone.
We are getting her healthy and up to weight again. As she got healthier and gained weight, our vet was able to make an approximate determination of her age. She is an older, sophisticated lady, about 13 years old.
Even though she had clearly been wandering stray for a little while, all her important test results came back clear, and she is now up to date on her shots and searching for her forever home. She is looking for a laid back home where she can enjoy her senior years in serenity. She loves sitting in laps and getting petted and enjoys basking in the sunlight through her window.
Are you the perfect forever home for Porsche?
Approximate date of birth: July 20, 2003
Spayed/neutered: Already spayed
Weight: About 10 pounds (and gaining!)
Vaccines: Up to date
FIV/FeLV results: Negative
Allergies: None known
Special needs: None
OK with kids: Yes
OK with cats: Yes
OK with dogs: Currently unknown
Likes & dislikes: Porsche loves staring out her window and watching the world go by. She enjoys the company of other cats and people.
Adoption fee: $ 49 (senior fee)
1) Print adoption application here:
2) Email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR Fax to 866-522-8042.
Please see our website for details on our adoption process, and feel free to email with any questions about the process or about the pet you're interested in.
Home visits required and dog adoptions do require structural fencing. Stafford SPCA does not condone the exclusive use of invisible fencing. We reserve the right to deny placement of puppies and kittens into homes with children under 5 years old.
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