The cats featured on this page are those who are bonded to each other and must be adopted together. If you’re looking to double your fun then please consider adopting one of these dynamic duos!

  • $150 for PAIR of ADULT CATS
  • $120 for PAIR of SENIOR CATS
  • $400 for PAIR of KITTENS
  • Haggis

  • AARCS # A42869796
  • Male
  • Senior
  • Est. DOB: 10/07/2005
  • Breed: DSH
  • Ophelia

  • AARCS # A42869790
  • Female
  • Senior
  • Est. DOB: 10/07/2005
  • Breed: DMH
  • Moderately Shy
  • Our Story

    Photos courtesy of Inga Morozoff Photography

    Meet Haggis and Ophelia! They are both approx. 14 yrs old and are looking for a retirement home where they can live out their golden years together.

    Haggis is a generally calm cat who loves to take long naps and look out the window. But don’t let his age fool you! He likes to explore the house, especially closets and cupboards! He’s content being in a room by himself or hanging out with you while you work or read. He meows at you every morning to say hello and likes to rub up against you for pets.

    Ophelia is a quiet girl who needs a loving place to relax in her old age. She purrs like an engine when you come into the room and likes pets on her own terms. She prefers to spend her days snoozing in a cat tower or cat bed, but will play with a toy from time to time when she let’s her inner kitten out!

    Haggis and Ophelia will need an owner who understands their senior needs and doesn’t expect them to be lap cats. They will require a special diet (grocery store brands won’t cut it for these two!) and Ophelia will need monthly injections to help with her sore joints. Both will need vet checks and blood work on a regular basis to keep an eye on their aging bodies.

    Given a quiet house to settle into, these lifelong friends will add love and meows to your home. They would do best as the only two cats, or with other calm or senior cats (no kittens or dogs please).

    Can you give these two all the love they deserve? Apply to adopt them today!

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Yes, Good with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Both, Medical and Behavioral ( OPHELIA – Medical needs: medication for arthritis and monitoring of early kidney disease.
      Behavioral needs: shy, needs her own space in a quiet home.)

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