Welcome, friends. Just a reminder that June is Adopt a Cat Month, and this month we are kicking off a new feature, where each week we’ll introduce a senior cat available for adoption. Older cats make great pets: they can be wonderful companions and good lap warmers, and they’re unlikely to climb the curtains. Even if you can’t adopt one of the featured cats, keep seniors in mind when you do adopt.
|Meet Theodore. He's 10 years old and currently in foster care |
through the Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal
Rescue League. Clearly, he knows how to accessorize.
Photo from Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League.
This week we’d like you to meet Theodore, a cuddly 10-year-old boy who needs some extra-special love. Theodore has trouble with his kidneys, so he will need special attention from his new guardian. His diagnosis doesn’t stop him from living life to the fullest though, and in Theodore’s case, that means snuggling up with a nice person who will pet him and rub his belly. We understand he can purr like nobody’s business!
Theodore is in foster care through the Washington Humane Society–Washington Animal Rescue League. Learn more about him here.
|Theodore is rocking that sweater! Looks like he's|
all dressed up for his new home.
Photo: Washington Humane Society–Washington Animal Rescue League
Do you know an adoptable senior cat who should be Cat of the Week? Let us know!