Saturday, January 31, 2009
01/10/09 At 13 years of age Rusty is by far the most senior member of our current cat population. We cannot imagine why an owner or family member would sign over a cat that has been in the family for so long, but here he is. From every indication Rusty is in perfect health mentally and physically. Shelter life is no way for an old cat to spend his golden years, so why not drop by and offer Rusty a good home? He would be so happy and contented if he could settle into a quiet, soft, warm spot in your home.
Age: 12 years
Kathylee is the sweetest, most wonderful girl...mature lady around. She enjoys being pet and brushed for hours and only asks for some TLC.
She has lost most of her teeth (this doesn't affect her appetite!) and needs a diet rich in Fatty Acids to hydrate her dry skin, but she is the happiest cat around.
She nuzzles her head into the palm of your hand and can even fall asleep that way! She is fine with other animals and would do well in virtually any household.
Won't you give Kathylee the love and attention she needs?