Two older cats seeking permanent or foster home asap. Can you help?

Maggie (gray) and Angie (black) are 14 yr old sisters seeking a new loving home. They are on the older side but still spunky and in good health despite what they've been through.
They were abandoned in a parking lot near an animal hospital a couple of weeks ago. After being put on fluids for the first couple of days, they have been eating and drinking well with no vomiting or diarrhea. The vet predicted they were 6-7 years old.
They are friendly and cuddly; they do not bite or scratch.
They need a permanent home that can commit to them throughout their old age, or a foster home(s) that can care for them for at least 1-2 years until I am out of school and can offer them a home. I am willing to pay for any blood work or additional medical attention they may need.
If you can help by adopting them, fostering them, or know of anyone who may be able to foster them, please help! Thank you.

Asked by Member 1116561 on Jun 26th 2013 Tagged foster, fostering, domesticshorthair, adopt, adoption, home in Fostering a Pet
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Izadore (Izzie)

Your best bet if you want to use this site is to join Catster, create a profile for these 2 cats and list them as "adoptable". If they are in a foster home or safe situation, contact all your local rescues, shelters and even vets and list them as adoptable with those people. Shelters and rescues are full, but if you agree to foster these cats, they will help you adopt them out. If you adopt them out privately, ask at least $15.00 for each cat and even enlist the aid of the vet clinic who treated them in screening potential adopters. Good luck!

Izadore (Izzie) answered on 6/27/13. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 2 Report this answer


1. Do what a previous answer suggested and create Catster profiles for them, with them listed as "adoptable".

2. This question is totally useless without giving the location for the cats.

2. Initially you say they are 14, but two sentences later you say they are estimated to be six to seven. Does not compute!

Saphira answered on 7/1/13. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer