Old Grey the Cat
Fixed (Spayed/Neutered)? Yes
City in which animal is located: Milan
Rehoming fee? No
Old grey is comfortable with people but shy with loud noises and sudden movements. She currently lives in our attached garage and comes inside our home to eat. I think with time she could get used to living in a house but with our indoor cat it doesn’t work. It would be best if she was a single cat but I think she could get along with a laid back cat, our cat is high strung. You would need to be careful during feeding time with another cat, she can be protective over food (only with cats). She does not like dogs.
We don’t want to rehome her at all but are faced with few options. She is so sweet and so dear to us. She will let us pet her for hours and follow us all around our property, meowing sweetly the whole way. She’s a good mouser too! Old Grey is a blessing to say the least.
If you are interested in adopting Old Grey, please contact Kameryn at 313-378-1984 or firstname.lastname@example.org.