Our Sweet Senior Felines Need a Forever Home
Our sweet Sven, who is twelve years old and one of the most companionable cats KAS has ever had. He loves people and follows them around, gazing up lovingly at them. He gets along beautifully with other cats. He is just so mellow, nothing fazes him. He was found lifeless on someone’s lawn, late on a Sunday afternoon. They called us and kept him in their bathroom for the night until they could take him to the vet the next day. They weren’t sure he would make it through the night, he was so immobile. But he has come around beautifully and is ready to bring his joyful spirit into his forever home.
Our sweet Milan, who is twelve years old, and very petite. She is a very energetic and busy girl, interested in everything around her. She is a lynx point Siamese and has beautiful blue eyes. She came to us with eating issues. In getting to know her and work with her, we have discovered that those issues can be resolved if she gets small bits of food at regular intervals, rather than a large amount all at once. She will do best as an only pet. Milan is definitely ready to find her forever home.
Our sweet Abbey, who is twelve or so years old. Abbey is a beautiful tabby girl with white paws. She, too, is very delicate and petite. She is friendly and interested in everything, a busy girl. Abbey came to us with hyperthyroid condition and she gets a pill for this twice a day. The medication is not expensive. She also came to us with very poor gums and teeth. As a result, she has been to Dr. Sandy Waugh at the Windsor Veterinary Clinic/Dental Surgery, and had most of her teeth removed. Now her mouth is healthy and she is able to groom herself and keep her coat looking shiny and beautiful. Abbey is another girl who loves humans and should be the only pet. Abbey will soon be ready for her forever home.
Our sweet Zola, who we were told was six years old...but we are not so sure. She is a beautiful soft colored tabby/calico mix. She has big sad eyes. She loves attention, to be held and petted. And she purrs at the slightest look. Zola came to us as hyperthyroid and gets two pills a day for this, which she happily eats up if they are in a pill pocket. We also think she has arthritis and so she gets Glycoflex level 3 twice a day, which she eats with gusto. We notice she is walking more easily now. Upon doing blood work on Zola, we have discovered that she has just the slightest beginnings of kidney issues. This is a girl who has a number of things stacked against her. And yet, she is the most affectionate, sweet girl one can imagine...and deserves a peaceful, safe home, filled with love. Zola should be in a quiet home where there are no other pets nor any children, where she can be doted on and cherished. Zola is ready for her forever home.