A 17-year-old cat known for her “cattitude” is available for adoption in New York.
Phoebe is a brown, black and orange feline at the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF), and she’s looking for a family of her own.
The sassy senior is a domestic shorthair who knows exactly what she wants out of life — good food and lots of cuddles, according to ARF.
The 7.6-pound cat tends to move more slowly these days but still loves cuddles and affection, ARF notes.
Phoebe has arthritis, which makes it painful for her to move too quickly.
Phoebe is known for having a sassy attitude. (Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons)
Although she is older, she is ready to live out her “golden years in a home that’s worthy of her ‘cattitude,'” according to the rescue.
Phoebe likes to cuddle and take naps. Her arthritis makes it painful for her to move too quickly, says the animal rescue group that is currently taking care of her. (Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons)
Located about 2½ hours east of Manhattan, ARF recently built a “Forever Home,” which Includes a welcome center, a kennel for dogs and a training center.
The organization will be able to house more animals and provide them with proper training at the new center.
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