CATS Bridge to Rescue would like to invite you to join us.
Please come out and show your support!
Just click on the “Dining to Donate” image above to print out the flyer and present it to your server on Monday, March 23, 2015.Read More
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Pets have a way of putting a smile on your face and a spring in your step. Not only do animals give you unconditional love, but they have been shown to be psychologically, emotionally, and physically beneficial. Caring for a companion animal can provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment and lessen feelings of loneliness and isolation in all age groups.
Join CATS Bridge to Rescue at the Feasterville Petco on Saturday December 20 from 10AM to 4PM .
We’ll be showcasing some of our lovable, huggable cats & kittens! Meet deserving cats and kittens ready for their forever homes.
Put your best paw forward! We certainly will!
Think Adoption First®. It’s a great way to add to the pet family!
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Here at CATS Bridge to Rescue we have plenty of senior and adult cats waiting for forever homes. Have a look at our Adoptable Cats & Kittens. We have many more seniors that aren’t included in this list, so give us a call for more information.
10 Reasons Senior Cats Rule
- When senior cats are adopted, they seem to understand that they’ve been rescued, and are all the more thankful for it.
- A senior cat’s personality has already developed, so you’ll know if he or she is a good fit for your family.
- You can teach an old cat new tricks (I do every day with my own cats!): Senior cats have the attention span and impulse control that makes them easier to train than their youthful counterparts.
- A senior cat may very well already know basic household etiquette (like not attacking your feet at night) anyway!
- In particular, senior cats are often already litter trained and are less likely to “forget” where the box is.
- A senior cat won’t grow any larger, so you’ll know exactly how much cat you’re getting.
- Senior cats are often content to just relax in your company, unlike younger cats, who may get into mischief because they’re bored.
- Speaking of relaxing, senior cats make great napping buddies.
- Senior cats often know that scratching posts (not furniture) are for scratching and toys (not hands or feet) are for biting.
- Senior cats are some of the hardest to find homes for — so when you adopt a senior cat, you’re truly saving a life.