These ‘senior’ cats need homes, too (PHOTOS)
Nothing's cuter than a kitten, but cats at any age can be wonderful, furry companions.
While many people look to adopt kitten, especially around the holidays, there are many “senior” cats in New Jersey that also need homes with loving families.
According to the ASPCA, "when you choose to adopt an older pet, you know what to expect. Senior pets are fully grown, their personalities have developed, and many are already trained."
Below is a list of 10 senior cats in New Jersey that need “forever homes.” You can also find more by searching the ASPCA’s website as well as PetFinder or your local shelter.
George is 12 years young. He likes to lounge around and play with toys. He's low key and totally content to have a sunny spot to occupy. Click here to adopt George.
Michael is a a sweet black and white cat and very laid back. He likes to play and chase his toy mouse but is just as content to take a nap on his human's lap. Click here to adopt Michael.
Bogey is an outgoing, sweet and funny boy. He's talkative, especially at feeding time but he also wants to be fed before all other cats or he'll meow until the food is in front of him. He's affectionate and enjoys having his chin scratched. He will also grab your hand and lick it. Click here to adopt Bogey.
Lily is a 12-year-old green-eyes beauty who loves to relax with her humans. She has a young spirit who is super friendly with people as well as other cats and dogs. Click here to adopt Lily.
Caesar is a healthy, 13-year-old people lover. He's talkative and enjoys the company of other cats. Click here to adopt Caesar.
Phillip (pronounced Philippe) is a sweet 11-year-old male cat. He was rescued when he was very sick 6 years ago. He had a shelter cold that turned into pnemonia that almost killed him. He is in need of a new home as his rescuer is very ill. Click Here to adopt Phillip.
Tiffany is a sweet 9-year-old kitty who loves to be pet and brushed. Her favorite positions are either cross-pawed, sleeping in a basket or upside down. Click here to adopt Tiffany.
Thumper is a very sweet older cat who loves to lay with his paws crossed. He's affectionate and would make a great companion. Click here to adopt Thumper.
Buttons is a friendly, playful cat who was returned by her owner who could no longer care for her. Click here to adopt Buttons.
Pinky is shy at first, but once she gets to know you she's affectionate and enjoys human attention. The senior cat would make a great companion in a quiet home. Click here to adopt Pinky.