Why should kittens have all the fun? Here at the ASPCA, we’re huge fans of senior cats. We find that cats who have been around the block a few times are often wiser than their younger counterparts, and just as fun to have around. When you choose to adopt a senior cat, it’s very likely that he or she will already be litter box-trained and will provide low-key feline companionship. June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month, and we hope you’ll consider adopting an older cat.
Here are a few senior kitties available for adoption at our Adoption Center in Manhattan:
Catalina is a total love bug. When you bring her home, it won’t be long before this sweet girl asks for plenty of affection. Catalina has been known to flop over to show her belly and make the cutest kneading motion in the air with her paws! She would be happiest as the only cat in her new household.
Olivia is a social cat who would love to be your new best friend. She loves attention from her favorite people, but prefers it on her own terms—let her sniff your hand, and once you’re friends, she’ll happily let you scratch her head and face. Olivia would like to be the only cat in your household and would do best with an experienced adopter familiar with feline body language.
Seven is incredibly friendly and loving. She enjoys sitting on unoccupied laps and chasing her laser pointer toy around the room. Seven can be nervous at first and may need a little space while she adjusts to her new home. This sweet cat would be thrilled to go home with an experienced adopter in a household with teens ages 14-and-up. Seven would prefer to be the only pet in your home.
Not in New York City? Check out our database to find adoptable cats in your local shelter.