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We need to find a home for our Scottish Fold, Agatha. She has been with us since she was 7 weeks old. My husband and I have just moved to Florida, and were not allowed to have her where we live. My son was happy to take her, but his girlfriend has developed a serious cat allergy and now Aggie needs another home. She is healthy, happy, friendly and beautiful. She is now in Wisconsin. Please help!
Aggie is about 15 years old, but has no health problems. She is a red, short haired, pure bred Scottish fold with tabby markings. Her ears are folded. She is affectionate with adults and children, and has happily lived with pugs and golden retrievers, as well as another cat. She is up to date on her vaccinations. (The breeder is her veterinarian.) She has been spayed.
Our situation is serious. My son's girlfriend is really suffering and they are anxious to find a good home for Aggie.
My son should be the contact person.
Phone (414) 530-9022
Patrick is a gentle cream and white bicolor Scottish Fold. He is neutered, has his claws. and is 8-9 years old.
Patrick has a long coat that is primarily white dappled with caramel on his head, face, legs and tail. He is currently growing out of a cut that was needed to rid him of ground in dirt and much matting. Once fully grown out, it will require regular combing and brushing.
Patrick has luminous, caramel-colored eyes that add to his owl-like appearance typical of the Scottish fold. Patrick has a Persian-like face but breathes easily. His eyes need occasional cleaning.
Although his folded ears make him look “crabby”, Patrick is anything but that! He is sweet, gentle and quiet. Patrick so appreciates a clean, soft bed and the sunshine. Oh, the sunshine…something Patrick didn’t see for more than 8 years!
Please check with the rescue for their adoption policies.
Patrick was purchased as a novelty and when his former owner grew tired of him, he and 2 other cats were confined to a basement–out of sight and out of mind. Someone occasionally dumped a bag of food so at least he was not starved but it did contribute to his now hefty 12.5 pounds. Finally an outsider convinced the owner to give him up versus having him continue to languish away in the darkness.
When he arrived he was filthy, matted and had a mouth full of horrible teeth. Now he’s clean, has had a dental, and came back with a healthy, normal blood panel which assures he is in great shape!
Because he didn’t have much human attention and love in his past, Patrick starts out pretty shy. With some time he becomes comfortable, is a little playful and loves to be petted. He purrs ALL THE TIME and really just like to “hang” with you. Patrick is okay with easy cats and probably would be fine with a dog who leaves him alone. He will do well in an adult home with a quiet routine and LOTS of windows. He needs to make up for his time in the darkness. He is listed as Special Needs primarily because his new family will need to pay special attention to his ears which are prone to infection due to narrow ear canals and their folded nature.
Mature adoption fee $80. FOSTERED IN OSHKOSH, WI.
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Prefers a home without: young children • Special Needs • Primary colors: White, Cream or Ivory • Coat length: Long
Matilda and Juniper
Matilda and Juniper are very sweet 6-year old, pedigreed, Scottish Fold sisters who have been with us since 10 weeks old. They both have folded ears and are from the ‘Lil Blue Rose Cattery in Manchester, New Hampshire. They are up to date on their vaccinations, spayed, and have no health concerns. We, unfortunately, have to find a new home for our girls because of the addition of our son and new pet allergies.
Matilda is a grey tabby, short hair, who is very sweet and enjoys attention. She loves sitting in your lap and lounging in the sun. She is good around children and dogs, and loves to play. She greatly enjoys human interaction, and would do best in a home that could provide ample attention and love.
Juniper is a brown tabby long hair who is also very sweet and gentle. She was the runt of the litter, and has remained perfectly small. She is more skittish and shy than her sister, but once she gets to know you, also loves attention. She is nervous around dogs and children, and would do better in an adult home with a quiet routine. Juniper has a coarse coat that is difficult for her to groom and keep mat-free despite ample brushing. We trim her long hair every 3-4 months to make it more manageable for her, which makes her much more comfortable. Our groomer is able to do this without any sedation.
They can be adopted together or separately.
We are sad to have to re-home our girls, and will be diligent in finding a responsible home with loving parents. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or for more information.