Hello from an extra special Golden Girl looking for a place to spend those Golden Years! I came to the MCSPCA after my former owner abandoned me. At over 13 years young and in my “retirement age,” that really stunk! I’m looking for a good place to enjoy my retirement, and to exchange my trademark giant glasses and witty barbs for love and purrs.
Shortly after arriving at the shelter, the medical staff discovered that I have Hyperthyroidism, which means I have an overactive thyroid and require medication to regulate it. I take my meds in food (which I love more than life itself) like a champ, and they’re cheap too, so as far as a cat with “issues” goes, I’m easy-peasy! The shelter staff will even give you some meds to get me started at home.
I’m a joy to be around! I’ll come right over for lots of pets and rubs. I like sitting and laying down next to my favorite people, and I’m working my way up to being a lap cat too. Like with many cats, there are times when I might let you know if I’ve had enough attention. I’ll be happiest in a quiet and adults-only home with lots of love and play.
Hi, my name is Thor! I am a very handsome, mighty-looking boy who was surrendered to the MCSPCA because I wanted to keep my toys to myself and didn’t want to share them with my young humans. I am only 3 and have this regal looking boxer face that can’t be ignored. I get very excited to meet new people, and can be silly and forget that I am also very strong. I would do best in a home that understands me and my thunderous personality. He’s A Friend From Work!
Due to COVID-19, the Monmouth County SPCA is making appointments for anyone interested in adopting. For more information, please call our adoption center at 732-542-5962. Inquiries can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org