I am now 13 years old and have been waiting to be re-adopted since 2010. When I first get into a place, I sometimes pee outside of the box, but only on towels or blankets, and ONLY in the beginning. In foster care, I did this twice the first 2 days, then never again! I just do this when I am scared and the place is new. Loud noises scare me a bit too, so no young children please, although I would never scratch or bite. I would do best in a quiet home with lots of love and as your only cat. Please give me a chance.
Qualifies for our Senior Cat Pension Plan which includes: No adoption donation fee, free annual exam and vaccinations, plus a yearly senior blood-workup analysis for life.
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