Adult cats have a harder time finding homes than kittens, and cats over 5 years old even more so. It's hard not to have a soft spot for these guys. I know some potential older-cat-adopters might be looking at this blog, so today I present some of the more senior sweeties at TAS South.
Yeah, this guy's a repeat from a few days ago, but how can you resist? Bradley is a total sweetheart. He is a big male who was surrendered by his owners back in September.
As you can see, he has no objection to being cuddled and stroked. He's a big purr-er and will just stretch out beside you. He's about 7 years old.
Then we have Sunny, another repeat from a few days ago. Sunny is a favourite of mine. He's so lovable! He loves people and he's just so handsome, but he's been at the shelter for four months now. He came in as a stray, and is also 7 years old.
This is Allie, a sweetheart who came to TAS South at the end of September. She was surrendered by her owners to the OSPCA at some point before that, before being transferred to us. She's a lovely girl and about 6 years old.
And this is the oldest cat on our list, and the one who's been waiting the longest for a home. Precious is an absolutely gorgeous cat - I think she was owner surrendered. She's been at the shelter since May! That's over 6 months. I think it's partially because Precious had a habit of hiding in her house all the time. Now she's at the Kennel Cafe, near High Park. At the new location, she's coming out of her shell. She's quite the sweetheart and the other day, she stretched out right in front of the door to get some cuddling!
Precious is 9 years old and she's a very sweet girl. I hope she finds a home soon, because she is lovely and has been waiting too long!