Animal Advocates is seeking a foster or forever home for two sweet senior cats - Chester and Lucy!
Chester is a large male with classic orange tabby markings. Chester is the bolder of the pair, curious about visitors. Both cats are described by the original owner as "lap cats". As they are adjusting to life in residency at Animal Advocates, understandably, they are taking some time to be fully be comfortable with the new environment. Chester will give gentle nudges with his head prompting people for pets and treats. He enjoys treats, wand toys and a soft plush bed.
Chester and Lucys birthday is in 2009 and they have been together their entire lives and also lived with small breed dogs comfortably. They have received regular, yearly vet care, are up-to-date on appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered and tested negative for FIV/Felv. Both have been placed on a prescription diet and are overall healthy cats.
Chester and Lucy are eligible for the Senior to Senior Foster Program. In this program, Animal Advocates provides supplies, covers the cost of vetting and other needed support as the senior animals reside in foster homes. The aim is to place senior animals in local senior citizens homes as "forever fosters" - bringing the companionship, love and care-giving into both lives!
If you are interested in meeting Chester and Lucy, please contact the recuse at email@example.com or visit the website www.animaladvocates.net for more information on the adoption process or requirements for the Senior Foster Program.
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