Chami and her companion, Cody, need a home after their human mom passed away.  Chami and her companion, Cody, need a home after their human mom passed away.

Chami, a female cream colored Persian, is willing to take afternoon naps in a pool of sunlight. She doesn’t care much about chasing mice any more or indulging in catnip highs. She doesn’t mind a human mom or dad who are home and underfoot. She’ll guard the bed and keep intruders off the pillows. She’s even up to spending her retirement days lounging on the patio watching the birds or tooling around in an R.V., as long as she’s with someone who loves her.

Cody agrees. His only request is for ample shut eye and quiet time. Other than that, Cody and Chami won’t ask for much.

Cody, who is a silver male Persian, has been with Chami for most of his fifteen years. This distinguished, elderly couple would love to spend the rest of their lives side by side.

That is where you enter their story.

Unfortunately, these senior felines are looking for a new home this late in their lives because their human mom died. The other family members did not want Chami and Cody and took them to their local vet clinic to be euthanized. With death just around the corner, Renee Kelly, founder of The Forgotten Persian Rescue and Friends, whisked the two away to Noah’s Ark Vet Hospital and saved their lives. 

Whew…that was close.

Now the two just need a home where they can spend their final years. Both cats are fifteen and Renee realizes that people may balk at adopting cats that are elderly. However, a home is just what they need, because senior cats do not do well in clinic or shelter settings with stress and daily changes. 

Because she knows there may be concerns about vet care for two older kitties, Renee has also made a very, very generous offer. For the person who adopts this elegant pair, Noah’s Ark will provide medical care for the rest of the cats’ lives at no charge to the adopter. That’s right. Free vet care for the remainder of Chami and Cody’s lives. 

If you are interested in a gentle geriatric pair of kitties, please contact Noah’s Ark Vet Hospital at 614-761-8400 and ask to speak with Renee. She will get the adoption process started. Noah’s Ark is located at 6001 Memorial Drive in Muirfield Village in Dublin.

And remember, Chami and Cody both promise to soak up any stray beams of sunlight and leave warm spots on your sofa cushions! But hey, that’s their job now that they’re retired.

 

Cody promises he won't climb the curtains or shred the toilet paper.

Cody promises he won't climb the curtains or shred the toilet paper.

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