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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Cat of the Week: Patchwork in Baltimore

Each week in this space, we feature a senior cat in need of adoption or sponsorship. Please remember all the older cats in shelters. They make great companions, and unlike kittens, they (probably) won’t climb the curtains! Adopt a senior cat, and help him or her enjoy the best years of their life.

Meet Patchwork! Yes, she's got a pretty face, but she's got a lot
more going for her. Check her out at the Baltimore Humane Society.
Photo courtesy of Baltimore Humane Society.
Colorful cats frame via Graphic Stock.
Today, we’re pleased to introduce Patchwork, a very social black-and-white tuxedo kitty who, so they tell us, can talk your ear off! Patchwork is a 7-year-old female who arrived at the Baltimore Humane Society because things didn’t quite work out between her and her former feline housemate. She has also lived with kids before. Patchwork loves attention and getting her head rubbed, and she’s not shy about telling you that you need to do it some more!

And just look at that cute face! Seriously, could a cat be any better-looking? Cute white blaze between the eyes? Check! Tiny white mustache? Check! Adorable white whiskers (or vibrissae, for those who've been paying attention)? Check and double-check!

Patchwork is currently in Baltimore Humane’s cat adoption ward. Learn more about her here.

Can’t adopt? You can still help! Check out Sammy’s Cat Necessities Fund, which provides money for everyday and medical needs of cats at the Baltimore Humane Society. You can also make a general donation or sponsor a particular animal on this page. Every little bit helps!

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