The Vanderburgh Humane Society has a cat problem. And by, "problem," I mean they have a few HUNDRED that they don't have the space for and need new permanent homes. One of those is Magic.

Magic's Story

Like many animals under the care of the Vanderburgh Humane Society, 3-year-old Magic was living a good life until her elderly owner was moved into a long-term care facility leaving her looking for a new family to love her. According to the VHS, one of her favorite things to do is snuggle up next to her person for a nice, long nap. But, considering she's only three, she still has that spunk and playfulness and will let you know she's ready to play by rolling on her back and giving you "the eyes."

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She would prefer to be an only pet so she can get all your undivided love and attention (she is a cat after all), but has cohabitated with older dogs and other cats and has been just fine.

Her adoption fee would normally be $80, but thanks to a generous donor, her fee, along with all cats over the age of six months, is only $40. Despite the discounted price, you'll still get everything that comes with all the adoption fees at the VHS; up-to-date vaccinations, microchipping, spaying, and some food to help you get started.

If you'd like to get a jump on the adoption process for Noel and Mistletoe, or any of the animals the VHS offers that you might be interested in, you can fill out some of the paperwork in advance on the VHS website.

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