Indiana is an older gentleman who is looking for a calm, quiet home where he can spend the second half of his life.
Indiana was surrendered to us when his owner unfortunately no longer care for him. After many years living as a pampered boy in a home, the transition to a shelter environment was a little stressful for him. Although it has taken a few months for him to settle in, Indiana is doing well and beginning to show off his true personality.
This handsome orange swirl tabby would be a great addition to a quiet home. With his younger years behind him, he much prefers a quiet spot to lounge all afternoon over a barrage of wand toys. He loves to check out the whole room – pacing back and forth and scoping out the softest beds – before making a decision about where to lay down. He accepts gentle head pets but is still a little wary of too much attention. He would most likely do best in a home without small children and no other cats where he can have his space when he is in a solitary mood.
Indiana does have some special needs. He was recently diagnosed with early kidney disease, a common problem with senior cats. Right now, we are working on determining what is the best way to keep him healthy. At this stage, he does not need an major treatments for his kidney disease, but we want to find what works best to keep him happy and healthy for the rest of his years.
Could Indiana be the right one for you? Fill out an online adoption application today!