Midnight is a gorgeous, poised, and distinguished senior lady. Her gorgeous black coat and striking gold eyes make her stand out.
Midnight came to our shelter as an owner surrender when they could no longer care for her. She came in with a companion from her former home, Snowball. When Midnight first came in, she got along all right with the other cats. But as she's been at the shelter, she prefers not be to be around other cats.
She is housed in one of our smaller rooms at the shelter, with only one other cat as a roommate, and they tolerate each other well. But Midnight would definitely prefer a home where she is the only cat, as she enjoys the company of people and wants all of the attention.
Because she is a senior kitty, she is continually overlooked because of her age, but she would make a great companion for a low-key family.
Are you the perfect forever home for Midnight?
Approximate date of birth: February 9, 2003
Spayed or Neutered: Spayed
Weight: 8 lbs.
Shots: Up to date
Allergies: None known
Special Needs: Wet food diet because of her senior status
Ok with Cats: No, she would prefer to be an only cat
Ok with Kids: Yes, if they're considerate
Ok with Dogs: No
Likes and dislikes: Midnight loves her treats and will jump from tower to tower in her room for a snack! She doesn't really enjoy the company of other cats.
Adoption Fee: $ 49 (senior discount price)
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