I'm being cared for by: Good Old Tails Senior Animal Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Lemon
Breed: Domestic Longhair
Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
already spayed, housetrained, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Lemon is a beautiful young long haired cat (she got a haircut... but don't worry, it will grow back!) who is in need of a forever home. She is friendly with everyone she meets and is a stunning little dust mop who loves to play and snuggle. She has chronic upper respiratory issues (non-contagious) which just means she is a little wheezy and needs her nose wiped on occasion. Unfortunately this little "special need", coupled with her bonded friend Chauncey's wobbly walk, might make this pair a bit harder to adopt out. Please don't overlook them just because they're not perfect! This little duo will brighten your life- they just need a home where they will be loved forever and won't have to worry about being abandoned again.
Lemon's friend Chauncey has been with her her whole life and the two need to stay together. Please visit Chauncey's page for more information about the handsome fellow.
Good Old Tails Senior Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of senior dogs and cats in the Southern Pennsylvania/Northern Maryland areas. We believe that senior animals deserve loving, caring homes where they will be taken care of the rest of their days.
Good Old Tails Senior Animal Rescue was founded in 2015 by a small group of animal lovers. Years of rescue showed us that the senior demographic in shelters is often the most overlooked and highly euthanized. These animals are discarded because of failing health, new pets in the family, a lack of time for attention and care, and countless other reasons which Good Old Tails finds deplorable. Pets are a commitment for life, not until they are an inconvenience. We are dedicated to saving as many senior dogs and cats as we can, and providing them with love and care so that they can live out the rest of their days with dignity and happiness. Some of these animals may never leave our rescue, and their foster families will be the ones to say the last good-bye. Others will go on to find families of their own. Whatever the outcome, we have made the promise to them that they will never again be alone.
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Our Adoption Process...
Application: vet/reference/animal control check, home visit. Adoption fee: $100-$200 for dogs, $35-$50 for cats
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