Reggie's Story


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Cat Adoption in Spencer

‘Gratitude is something none of us can give too much.’

Reggie


The advantages of adopting an older cat are many. The primary reason is the ability to know up front what to expect. With an adult cat you know it's personality. You will know if it is good with children, other cats and dogs. Choosing a cat that already seems to fit into your lifestyle will make the adjustment easier for both you and the cat. Most senior pets don't ask as much of their people as younger pets. They are happy just to be with you. They know how precious the gifts of companionship and love are.


It has been about 3 1/2 years since I adopted Abby Rose. She is the most loving cat. Loves to be held, has to sit on my lap, and chats with me all the time, even lets me clip her nails! She is still skitterish about people that come to visit but if they talk quiet she comes out from her hidey spot to welcome them and check them out. Some that come over, she sits on their lap! Can't believe that this cat was left to fend for herself. She is so well behaved. Never have to say no to her. Doesn't jump on counters or tables. Loves to play with her toys and watch the birds from her "princess tower". I am so glad that I took the chance and adopted a senior cat.

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What you see is what you get

    Reggie has his bags packed and is ready to move in with some lucky family. He is an incredibly handsome boy with beautiful blue eyes. His good looks are matched by his awesome disposition. He is friendly and affectionate. He is currently living in a temporary foster home. His foster Mom has nothing but good things to say about him. Reggie loves to snuggle and give hugs.


   The only reason why he cannot stay in his foster home is that Reggie and her other male cat are not compatible. That is perhaps Reggie’s one flaw – he displays his hubris with other felines. We are not sure how he would react to a dog – perhaps a calm “cat-friendly” canine would be okay.  We are hoping to find this special boy a forever home soon. He has so much love to share.