Aaron is available for adoption or foster!
If you're interested in adopting him/her, stop by our Lincoln Park Adoption Center at 1997 N. Clybourn Ave., Chicago, today!
While Aaron is waiting to be adopted, he would love to spend time in a foster home.
Foster Category: Socialization
Type of Foster Home:
Aaron needs an Advanced Foster home. He requires special skills and time commitments from his foster parents. We will help match you with a mentor if you’re looking to broaden your foster experience, but you need experience with serious medical conditions, intensive care or behavior modification.
Aaron needs a foster home to provide enrichment and socialization to help him prepare to find the right home.
How to Foster Aaron:
Aaron is available for foster pick-up through the Lincoln Park Adoption Center at 1997 N. Clybourn Ave., Chicago.
Meet Aaron! Aaron came to PAWS this winter and is in the market for a ‘furever’ home with experienced cat adopters! Aaron is a pretty chill guy most of the time, and his favorite hobbies include sleeping, lounging around and napping. He can be affectionate and will seek out attention from his human friends, but his mood can change quickly, so he would do best in an adults-only home with a family who can clearly read his body language. He lived in a foster home with another cat and a dog but didn’t seem to care much for their company and will be happiest as the only pet in his forever home. If you think Aaron could be the ‘purrrfect’ fit for your household, please stop by and meet him today to find out for sure!
- Did someone say ‘treat’? I’ll take them all!
- I love chasing toy mice and feather toys
- Was that a bird? I love window watching!
- I need an experienced adopter.
- I prefer to be the only pet in the home
- I’d love to find an adults-only home
Adoption is one of the best ways to save a life. Only a few thousand more adoptions each year in Chicago, a city of millions of people, and we will be a No Kill community! You can make a real difference.
At PAWS Chicago, we keep working to grow our operations to save more homeless pets. It's how we've gone from saving a few dozen to 6,000 pets a year. But it is our adopters who make the real magic happen by bringing these loving pets home. Adopt a pet and spread the word!
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Our foster families enable us to take in more pets at risk. Some require a quiet place to heal from illness or injury; small puppies and kittens need a nurturing place to grow before they are able to be spayed or neutered and adopted; and others just need socialization and a break from the activity of Adoption Center living. Become a foster parent and help homeless pets in need!