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Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Adult
Rainbow is a beautiful tuxedo who came into the rescue as a nursing mother. She did an excellent job raising her babies (who have all been adopted) and she is now hoping for a home of her own. Rainbow is a social kitty who likes to be around people, loves other cats, but doesn't necessarily want to be picked up and held. While she is unlikely to jump into your lap, she absolutely loves to play with toys (mouse on the end of a string is a favorite) and she is very comfortable rubbing her body up against your legs. With people that she knows (or if she is just particularly hungry, funny how this brings out her affectionate side) she welcomes ear scratches, chin rubs and even belly rubs. She is not too fond of dogs, so she would like to hang out in a cat-only home.
As an added bonus, she is very efficient at catching and disposing of INDOOR mice (if that is something that you happen to be struggling with). But she also eagerly partakes in an assortment of wet and dry kitty food. We have yet to find a food that this gorgeous kitty will not eventually eat.
Adopting a Tame/Friendly Cat or Kitten: For more information on our adoption prices/procedures or to fill out an online adoption application, please visit our tame adoption page. The webpage also has downloadable adoption applications and contracts (Word or PDF). If you would like more information about our adoption program or details on a particular cat or kitten, please email email@example.com or call (608) 467-4067 #2.
Adopting a Feral/Outdoor Cat: If you are interested in a barn mouser, feral or semi-feral outdoor cat, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (608) 467-4067 #1. Our feral adoption page has adoption info and a feral adoption contract that you can download (Word or PDF).
Our adoption fee includes spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations appropriate for the cat’s age, treatment for worms (if needed) and testing for Feline Leukemia. Those cats 6 months of age and older are also tested for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).
Can't adopt today? Consider fostering! All you need is time to spend with your foster cat and the desire to make a difference in the life of a needy kitty. Please contact our Foster Coordinator at: email@example.com to find out how you can be a foster parent for a cat in need of love and attention.
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