Hi! I’m Tinkerbelle! Yes, I know I am a “solid kitty,” My mom always said there was just more of me to cuddle. My mom loved me a lot, but she had to move into one of those homes with nurses and no kitties. She cried when she left me. I tried to tell her that I would be ok, and that I would take care of Peanut and that we would get new homes. I hated to see my mom so sad. So now I need to make sure that I keep my word and my purr strong. Could you help me out a bit? I’m down here at Petsmart and am giving everyone my best eyes and rumbley purrs, but no one is stopping. They keep saying, lets get a kitten. I get it, I do. But let me tell you why my sister and I are waaayyy better than kittens. First of all, at 14 years old, we senior ladies are just that, ladies. We have good manners. We 100% will not destroy your furniture. Now, I’m not saying that now and then we don’t catch a case of the racing zoomies, but for the most part we are content to sit and cuddle. Can you help me? Do you have room for a senior girl (or two)? Can you help me keep my promise to my mom?
Please contact the shelter at 810-657-8962 for more information. Email the shelter at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at sanilaccountyhumanesociety.org for an application to adopt.
All of our cats are fixed, up to date on all age appropriate vaccinations, de-wormed, treated for fleas and placed on a flea preventative, as well as tested for Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
The adoption fee for this senior is $80.00