My name is Sasha and Bayley!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Verona, Wisconsin - Sasha and Bayley
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Angel's Wish

Facts about Sasha and Bayley

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10005228
  • Hair: Short
Please contact Lois (, (608) 835-3024 for more information about this pet.

Meet beautiful sisters Bayley and Sasha! This pair is an instant-family for some lucky adopter. Their foster parents say they are the gentlest, quietest, sweetest cats they have ever fostered. They have a calm energy, and enjoy people without being demanding. Bayley and Sasha both greatly enjoy being combed and petted, showing their pleasure with loud happy purrs. They also enjoy watching birds out the window and sniffing fresh air when the weather is nice. 

In late April 2016, we received a plea to help this pair of 16 year old cats who had been surrendered to a rural Wisconsin shelter. Their elderly owners could no longer care for them, and the sisters were devastated to lose the only family they had ever known. A shelter is no place for geriatric cats, and the girls needed to get to a foster home ASAP. As soon as we said yes, our friends at Badger Rescue Animal Transport Services got them to us the very same day.

Bayley and Sasha tolerate the calm, senior big dogs and other geriatric cats in their foster home. They have found younger foster siblings and gregarious foster siblings of any age quite bothersome, so we certainly recommend they only go to a home with very calm cats that will leave them be. 

Bayley and Sasha are up to date on vaccinations, have had senior blood panels performed, and both had dental surgeries in May 2016. Bayley has had some recent health challenges with poor appetite and blood in her stool. Her ultrasound suggests possible irritable bowel disease, some liver changes including a nodule, and early renal degeneration. We are currently planning a treatment of probiotics, a twice daily medicine (metronidazole), and B12 injections. Sasha's kidney disease is further along. Her new home should be comfortable with administering sub-cutaneous (sub-Q) fluids when she needs additional fluid support. We know this is a lot to ask of any adopter. If you are not in a position to adopt, please consider a donation to their long-term care in their foster home.

Splitting the two girls up is not an option after they've been together their whole lives and are never far from each other. We are hoping someone special will open their heart and home to these sweet girls and give them a wonderful retirement home within a two-hour radius of Madison, WI. Bayley and Sasha will turn 17 in 2017! 

All cats/kittens are up-to-date on vaccinations, dewormed, spayed/neutered, tested for FeLV/FIV, and microchipped prior to going to their new homes. 

You can visit Bayley and Sasha at their foster home in Fitchburg with an approved adoption application. 


READY TO ADOPT? To complete an adoption application for this cat, please visit and indicate Amy as the contact for this cat.

About Angel's Wish

About Our Rescue Group...

Angel’s Wish is an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded in 2000.

Mission Statement
Angel’s Wish is dedicated to reducing animal overpopulation, rehoming companion animals, and raising awareness of animal welfare issues in South Central Wisconsin.

Why are we called Angel's Wish?
Lois Lawrence, a founding member of Angel's Wish, once rescued a kitten from a construction site. Weak with starvation, dehydration, and a severe upper respiratory infection, neither veterinary treatment nor Lois’ love and care could save the kitten from the effects of that hot June day. Angel died that night in Lois' arms. We believe that Angel's Wish would have been that no other animal be subjected to pain, suffering, abandonment or neglect.

About the Animals of Angel’s Wish
We divert animals from ever arriving at area shelters, and as space allows, assist rescue groups and shelters. We accept only animals we have space to care for, and euthanize only for severe medical or temperament reasons. Animals stay in their current home or are cared for in volunteer foster homes until adoptive homes are found.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adopt a new furry friend
Our volunteer foster homes get to know their fostered animals well and understand their personalities—allowing us to make great matches between people and pets! Let us know about your family situation, current pets, and the type of pet you are looking for and we can guide you to animals that would be a great match.

Our primary adoption site is the Angel’s Wish Pet Adoption and Resource Center at 161 Horizon Drive, Suite 106 in Verona-just a few minutes from Madison. Visit adoptable animals, and get acquainted in private visiting rooms. Open hours are Saturdays 10am to 4pm and Sundays 1pm to 4pm.

We also hold weekly adoptions on Sundays from 1pm to 4pm at Petsmart East in Madison at 2216 East Springs Drive.

Stop by a regularly scheduled or special “mobile” adoption event at locations throughout Dane, Jefferson, and Rock counties. Please see our website to see where the pets will be next!

Our Adoption Process...

Before any Angel’s Wish animal is placed in a new home, he or she is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and treated for parasites and any known medical concerns. Cats are tested for FeLV/FIV; dogs are tested for heartworm and are microchipped. Upon adoption, all animals are eligible for one month of complimentary ShelterCare Pet Insurance. Cats adopted at the Angel's Wish Pet Adoption and Resource Center also go home with a goodie bag, a coupon for a free nail trim, and a $5 off coupon for microchipping. 100% of adoption fees are applied to animal medical care.

An application, adoption fee, and contract is required.