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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Cat of the Week: Stacee in Baltimore

Cat of the Week


Each week in this space, we feature an older adult or senior cat (7 years +) in need of adoption or sponsorship. Mature cats make great companions, and unlike kittens, they (probably) won’t climb the curtains! Adopt an older cat, and help them enjoy the best years of their life.

Adopt Stacee, Baltimore Humane Society #adoptablecats #blackcats #adoptdontshop #baltimorehumane

Today, please meet Stacee. She is an 8-year-old lady with a sense of adventure. Stacee enjoys getting up on tables and windowsills to check out what’s going on. (We think she must be an “up high” kitty, so she’d probably love a nice cat tree!) Stacee also loves getting attention and some nice rubs. She was in a foster home for a little while, where she lived with a dog and other cats. She sounds like she’s loads of fun and full of personality!

Stacee is currently at Charm Kitty Café in Baltimore, MD. 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!

5 comments:

  1. Pretty baby! Hope she finds her furrever home soon!

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  2. What a sweetheart Stacee is! Her little face reminds me of our sweet Ellie!

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  3. She's so cute! Purring that she finds her forever home for Christmas.

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  4. I hope this cutie can get a forever home by Christmas.

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