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Agnes

Female Senior Domestic Longhair Domestic Longhair (mixed)
Agnes came to Tenth Life in rough shape, found wandering along train tracks in a rural area of Missouri. She is a senior lady, estimated... show more
Agnes came to Tenth Life in rough shape, found wandering along train tracks in a rural area of Missouri. She is a senior lady, estimated between 12 and 15 years of age. She has been on a lengthy road of rest and recovery, but is in much better shape and spirits now in her loving foster home. She has blossomed into a beautiful long-haired dilute Tortoiseshell, and has an adorable, funny personality. Once she gains your trust and kindness, she quickly warms up and is an extremely loving and affectionate girl who loves attention. Her favorite pastimes include sitting on your lap to be pet and cuddled, smooshing her face into human faces, and gazing out windows from the comfort of her cozy bed inside of a warm and loving home. She does have a feisty side as well which is quite cute, and isn’t afraid to let you know she’s no push-over either. She is in good health overall for her age. Because of tooth disease and decay, she’s had all her teeth removed, but manages to eat just fine on a diet of wet, canned food only. She also has a chronic herpes virus which can manifest in an eye irritation flareup, but it’s managed very well by adding lysine and probiotic to her food daily. While we don’t know much about her long history, we are assuming she probably lived on the streets and fended for herself for a long time. Likely because of this, she can be wary of people and situations she doesn’t know and trust. She’s also not too fond of other kitties and would prefer to be the only cat in a calm, relaxed home with someone who is loving, gentle, patient and understanding. Could your home be the perfect place for Agnes? Watch videos of Agnes here: https://youtu.be/TDQObu6cwr4 https://youtu.be/pwIDvmh-2xk https://youtu.be/1dYb0h8xggM https://youtu.be/3CW8RfukH8M show less
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Eartha Kitten

Female Adult Domestic Shorthair (mixed)
Meet Eartha Kitten. Well, maybe give her a little time before proper salutations. She will shyly wait in a secluded place, observing you... show more
Meet Eartha Kitten. Well, maybe give her a little time before proper salutations. She will shyly wait in a secluded place, observing your voice and movement before politely presenting herself with grace. You see, she longs to make a good first impression. When at ease with you and her new space, Eartha’s favorite activities are sitting in window sills, admiring the movement of the world outdoors—rustling wind, fluttering birds, the garden hues—and sitting on your lap. She doesn’t demand affection, but if you give her a place to cozy up, she looks at you with patient eyes and mews, graciously thanking you for letting her join Under the Bridges of Paris or wherever your adventure awaits. At the beginning of the day and close of night, prepare an open lap or cozy pillows, and she will make biscuits, telling you that she trusts you like a mother. If you ever hear a beckoning meow from Eartha, you’ll find a toy in her mouth rather than a hunger for kibble. While she enjoys restful alone and quiet times, Eartha loves calling her best friend and brother, Johnny Cash to play. If you ask them to rest, she urges Johnny to settle down because she doesn’t want to leave him singing the Folsom Prison Blues. Johnny would do anything for his sister, even when she commandeers his box. If you’re seeking a lapcat and only have one lap, worry not! They love to share. They’re a bonded pair and will happily share that kinship with you show less
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Jasper

Male Adult Domestic Short Hair
Jasper was found living outside amongst a feral colony that was being going to be trapped, neutered, and returned. When his rescuer appr... show more
Jasper was found living outside amongst a feral colony that was being going to be trapped, neutered, and returned. When his rescuer approached Jasper, he immediately began licking her hand and confirmed there was not a feral bone in his malnourished body. He loves to give kisses and "talks" to you while he waits for his bowl of food to be filled. He loves to chase furry mice and his cat wand, and even though he prefers not to be picked up he does love to be close to someone and will lay by your side and near your chair. He lives with another cat buddy and appears to be very cat friendly, but loud noises send him into hiding. Jasper would love to be in a home where he can get lots of quiet attention and love. Approx DOB October 2010 Jasper has tested positive for FeLV. It would be best for Jasper to be the only cat OR share a home w/other FeLV+ cats. How is FeLV spread? http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/brochures/felv.html Cats persistently infected with FeLV serve as sources of infection. Virus is shed in very high quantities in saliva and nasal secretions, but also in urine, feces, and milk from infected cats. Cat-to-cat transfer of virus may occur from a bite wound, during mutual grooming, and (though rarely) through the shared use of litter boxes and feeding dishes. Transmission can also take place from an infected mother cat to her kittens, either before they are born or while they are nursing. FeLV doesn't survive long outside a cat's body, probably less than a few hours under normal household conditions show less