Sometimes great Senior cats get overlooked for rambunctious and playful kittens. In this case, if you're looking for a chill cat who is happy to keep you company, but doesn't need to extra attention and discipline of a younger cat, you must come meet Miss GoGo!

Gogo, Hancock County SPCA
Gogo, Hancock County SPCA

Mariah Donovan, Communications Coordinator at the Hancock County SPCA, says GoGo got her name because it looks like she's wearing gogo boots.

"Named GoGo for her white booted feet, GoGo is a gentle and docile senior kitty just waiting for her next family. At a little over 13 years old, GoGo isn’t exactly a spring chicken anymore, so she loves to spend her days soaking in the sunbeams and looking out windows as opposed to zooming around or playing excessively. She’s very sweet but also not particularly needy, as she easily entertains herself."

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You might notice in the picture, that GoGo has some skin issues around her eyes. Donovan says they've been working with her on that at the shelter, and they believe it's only temporary.

"Splattered amongst the white of her black and white tuxedo markings, you’ll likely notice some scarring or areas of irritation - when she arrived at the shelter, we were informed that she had environmental allergies. She currently takes daily medication to treat these symptoms, and her skin seems to be improving now that she is kept indoors. Despite needing medication for her environmental allergies, GoGo doesn’t need a special diet at this time. "

Being an older cat, GoGo doesn't seem phased by much, except maybe noises that might startle her.
"GoGo tolerates other cats and doesn’t seem crazy about loud noises from dogs or children but likely would be fine in a home that respects her boundaries. Come and meet her in one of the SPCA of Hancock County’s community rooms!"

If you're interested in learning more about any of the animals available for adoption at the SPCA of Hancock County by calling 207-667-8088 or by visiting their website,

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