~ Submitted by the Page County Animal Shelter
Page Valley News brings you adoptable pets from the Page County Animal Shelter featured here to showcase their personality!
Maybell is one of the shelter’s more elderly residents. She is a long haired, grey and white senior with 12 years under her belt! She may be a bit rusty around the edges, but Maybell has cleaned up so much since she was brought in as a stray. When she first came to the shelter, she had fur mats and tangled, dirty hair. She is feeling, and looking, much better now!
This ol’ gal doesn’t have a whole lot of energy, so she would do best in a quieter home with very little action. Before she was brought to the shelter, she was constantly being picked on by other younger, larger cats and would probably be happiest as an only pet.
Maybell is very sweet and loves to just hang out in her bed, but that doesn’t mean this old girl can’t get around! While a bit slow, she is still quite capable of navigating her surroundings and environment. Maybell still has plenty of love to give and would make someone a very loving pet!
If you’d be interested in having a new senior friend, please call the Page County Animal Shelter at (540)-778-2101!
~ For more information or an update on animals available for adoption, contact the Page County Animal Shelter at (540) 778-2101.
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