When Aimee arrived at the Wisconsin Humane Society, she was one sick girl. Expert medical care and the loving attention of staffers put Aimee on the road to recovery, though, and now she’s ready for her furever home.

“She came to WHS as a stray on January 15 and has since been treated for ear mites and an upper respiratory infection. Feeling much better now, Aimee can’t wait to leap into someone’s lap to convince them to take her home,” Humane Society spokesperson Angela Speed told Racine County Eye.

With her distinctive markings and whiskers that Speed says stretch “to the sky,” Aimee could be the purrfect new member of your family.

Like all adult cats available for adoption through the Wisconsin Humane Society, Aimee’s adoption fee is waived, and she goes home fully vaccinated, spayed, microchipped and with two weeks of food plus a certificate for a free vet exam and 30 days of pet insurance.

Call the Racine campus of WHS to make an appointment to meet Aimee. (262) 554-6699

 

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