found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
These ragdolls. They are so terrible about accepting change!!! I see this over and over. This little playful girl has been through something-- maybe just the frightening experience of being in the shelter I don't know -- and she is not over it yet. She started out with me hiding under a doll bed that was about 4 inches above the floor. (She is still little.) You can get her to relax and even to
enjoy all your cuddling but the slightest noise or movement can cause her to dash for cover. You settle her down and she is happy and great and loves all your attention and then she can lose it in an instant. We haven't had her for long and she is growing more secure day by day. Minnie Me is currently in with some playful kittens and they will help her. She will be fine. I have no idea how she ended up in the shelter.
Her fearfulness made her labeled "unadoptable" which means she wasn't going to be put in the "open to the public display cages" where she could attract a home. This is where rescue is so important and it is a good thing we got her or she would be gone.
She is a classic beautiful little seal point ragdoll. The "points" are the head mask, the ears, the feet, and the tail All dark brown. Her body is luscious creamy beige. Of course her eyes are the ragdoll icy blue. You can see her tummy was shaved when she was spayed.
She needs a quiet home, safe and secure. Probably she would do best with no young kids or dogs. She likes the kittens she is with so a kitten companion or two would be good for her. It would be best to have no alpha cats dominating her. Let's set her up in an easy happy environment. What fun to watch her unfold herself more each day.
She eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.