People often have concerns about adopting an older cat, so these pets tend to get overlooked in shelters. Here are seven common myths about senior cats debunked - so go forth and adopt a senior cat!
June is Adopt-A-Cat month! When people talk about getting a cat, they usually start with “let’s get a kitten.” Most people will also consider an adult cat, but very few are open to adopting a senior cat (usually defined as 6 years or older). Here’s why senior catizens are actually the best around.
These cats have resumes far more impressive than what you’ll see at a breeder. June is national Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat month, so stop by your local rescue organization to find your new best friend.