A stunning black cat named Dusk is looking to be taken in by a caring family.
The five-year-old kitty is currently available for adoption at Best Friends Lifesaving Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dusk was originally rescued from West Valley City Animal Service in September 2017.
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He was underweight and dehydrated — and had eye discharge when Best Friends took him in, according to the shelter.
Today, Dusk is described as a “sweet, spunky boy” who loves to have his head scratched.
Dusk can be nervous around people he doesn’t know — but tends to warm up and make new friends quickly, Best Friends of Salt Lake City said.
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He also prefers to be the only cat in the household.
“Take him home if you’re in need of a wonderfully loyal companion!” Best Friends told Fox News Digital.
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November marks National Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month — and Best Friends Animal Society CEO Julie Castle shared in a press release some of the reasons taking home a senior pet is a great option for people.
“Whether you’re looking for an active senior to go on walks with or a couch potato to help keep you company, there are plenty of older dogs and cats who would love to be your new best friend,” she said.
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She said these animals “tend to fit right into their surroundings like they’ve been with you forever.”
Senior pets are the most at-risk animals in shelters, despite being “tried and true companions” in need of a second chance, said Castle.
Interested in adopting Dusk?
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