Halo is an older cat that has been a resident at the Agoura shelter since September 30, 2013. Although she gets a lot of attention from the volunteers, there is nothing like living in a home with people that will give her the attention pets crave.
She is a young looking 15-year old tortoise shell that is quite beautiful, but people are hesitant to adopt an older kitty.
Her previous owners had her since she was a kitten, but as the grandkids came into the household, it was reported that she chased them. When the children became frightened of her, the grandparents made the difficult decision to turn her into the shelter.
Here are some things you should know about Halo:
- She is friendly and seems to adapt easily to new environments.
- She has been declawed and must be an indoor only cat.
- She is in good health.
- She would be best in a household with mature children.
- She is litter box trained.
The shelter volunteers are looking for a person that wants to be Halo’s angel, a person that realizes that Halo may only have another three to five years, but will provide her with the freedom to roam throughout the house, snooze on a bed and cuddle up on a lap.
If you are such a person, visit Halo in the lost and found room. Ask a volunteer to let her out of her cage, and give you the time to hold her and get to know her.
To adopt Halo, request A4638317. The Agoura Shelter is at 29525 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Occasionally pets have already been adopted. To check availability, call 818-991-0071 or visit http://animalcare.lacounty.gov