ADOPTED! Chelsey



DOB 4/25/2005

Chelsey is our very favorite golden girl – twelve years young!  Not that you’d know it to see her in action, hunting a ping-pong ball.  Her motto is, “you’re only as old as the cat you feel.”  And Chelsey says she feels just like a kitten.  (She also feels really soft – trust us.)  Chelsey has lived under three US presidents and has opinions on all of them.  She remembers when flip-phones were a thing and when YouTube launched in 2005.  She couldn’t tell you the first video she ever watched, but there was almost definitely a cat in it, and possibly two.  Sometimes we overhear her regaling the kittens with tales of the good old days, when you could get a bag of catnip for ten cents at the five-and-dime and still have enough left over for a feather-toy and a treat.  Chelsey is very loving and would make an excellent companion, both to humans and other cats.  She’s looking forward to enjoying a wonderful retirement full of cuddles with her very own person, and also early-bird dinners. Specifically, that bird should be chicken.  We think she more than deserves it.

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Chelsey will be great in any type of home including with older children and small dogs. She has no special needs and will make a very special addition to the family.

Like all SNAP pets, Chelsey is spayed, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.

If you are interested in finding out more about Chelsey, fostering or adoption, please email us at You can also apply for adoption online.

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First posted May 29, 2017.