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When you picture an 18-year-old, what do you see? Maybe a young adult getting to vote for the very first time, or a bright-eyed student heading off to their first year of college. But how about a handsome, stately-looking feline?

GandalfMeet Gandalf, a friendly tuxedo cat who, at age 18, is the oldest cat available for adoption at PAWS. But you'd never guess his age from his sweet, youthful personality!

"He is a super friendly boy," says PAWS Animal Adoption Advisor Rachel Bird."We know that folks usually look for a younger animal, but they'd really be missing out on a great cat if they overlook this sweet senior!"

Like his namesake, Gandalf is calm and wise, with a cool white beard to boot! After a short stay with his foster care family, he's back at PAWS hoping to find a great new place to call home. He's a senior gentleman, but he's active and has lots of love to give to a new special someone!

Gandalf loves to snuggle and would be perfectly content warming your lap anytime you feel chilly. In fact, he loves chin scratches so much that he'll seek out your hand for more attention!

Gandalf's foster parents describe him as a great mellow lap cat with a fantastic personality. He even enjoyed interacting with another kitty in their home. And here's a surprising fact—Gandalf loves going for rides in the car! Stop by to meet this handsome guy at PAWS Cat City in Seattle's University District.

Help us find a home for Gandalf!

 

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