Aggie (short for Agatha) and Hercule recently had their lives turned upside down. First their owner passed away, then they were surrendered to the Fond du Lac Humane Society. They made their way to Angel’s Wish looking for a new start. Hercule is the inscrutable, quieter one of the two. He lets Aggie do all the talking, which she is happy to do. Even though they are 12 years old, there is still potential for plenty of loving in these two. They are looking for the simple, good life - appropriate food and treats, petting, brushing, windows to look out of, and lots of love. Maybe a bed with a warm human or two to sleep with at night.
Aggie and Hercule would do best in a quiet home with no children. If you're looking for a pair of loving kitties in your life, they are the perfect companions!!
Aggie and Hercule recently had dental procedures. They lost of couple of teeth but they are feeling so much better. Hercule suffers from FUS (Feline Urological Syndrome) which he gets when under stress. He eats a special canned cat food at least once a day that helps keep this under control.
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 this cat at the Angel's Wish Adoption Center at 161 Horizon Drive in Verona most weekends (Saturdays from 10am to 4pm and Sundays 1pm to 4pm).
INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE? Please email JudyW@angelswish.org.
READY TO ADOPT? To complete an adoption application for this cat, please visit angelswish.org/adopt and indicate Judy as the contact for this cat.
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