Pets Bring Joy has taken Celeste and her brother Banks (see separate listing) into our care, and are seeking separate adoptive homes for them both individually (they are not bonded).
Celeste is 10 years old -- equivalent to a person in their mid-fifties: middle-aged, definitely not senior! :o) We've performed a thorough wellness evaluation upon her arrival, and she is ready to settle into a new home.
Celeste is extremely loving with her foster dad -- sits on his laps, sleeps in bed with him, follows him around like a dog -- but does not show well to new folks (she's very fearful at first meeting), and so we are looking for someone willing to foster her first to learn how wonderful she is before committing to adopt her.
Please help PBJ to fight age discrimination by considering Celeste as your next feline family member.
To find out more about Celeste or how to make her a purrmanent part of your home, please visit petsbringjoy.org
APPROX. AGE AS OF 4/2017, Celeste is 10 years old
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