Hi There! My name is Maggie and my nickname is Maggie Moo, due to my beautiful black and white fur and my fluffy physique! I had a forever home, but my human of 12 years developed Alzheimers and could no longer take care of me. I love people and just want to be near my humans, where I can collect all the pets, scratches, and belly rubs I can! I love sitting in the window to sun-bathe and watch wildlife frolic and play. I live with dogs and I’m not afraid of them, but we don’t cuddle on the couch or nap together. I’m currently not around any other cats, but I’m super friendly and fondly watch the neighborhood kitties saunter through the yard.
My foster family describes me as sweet, affectionate, friendly, and snuggly. I’m hoping to find a family to snuggle up with on the couch while we watch movies. I’m also hopeful my new family will provide me with a shelf or cat tree near a big window where I’ll have a nice view of nature.
Medically, I’m spayed, up-to-date on all my vaccines, and NEGATIVE for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline Leukemia Virus (FelV). My front paws were declawed, so I will have to be a lifelong indoor cat.
If you’re interested in adopting a sweet senior girl with a delightful disposition that just wants someone to hang out on the couch with you, then Maggie is the purrfect girl for your family!
Please contact Sheila @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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