Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Age: 4 yrs as of 3-15
Color: Orange Tabby
Pets/People: Good with cats and calm dogs; good with adult humans
Children: 6yrs and older and who are respectful to cats
Vetting: Spayed; vaccinated; micro chipped
Contact: SilverRescue@gmail.com - please read below first
More Photos Here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rain-The-Cat-That-Walked-Through-The-Rain/937899669608056
This adorable little girl, is playful, cuddly, loves to sleep with her person and is absolutely gorgeous. She is dainty and small and looks eternally the kitten. She's cute as a button. She is good with other cats and calm dogs, although she prefers no dogs. She is good with people and calm respectfull children old enough to know how they are supposed to treat a cat - gently. Rain just wants to be loved, give chin rubs and kisses.
Rain's History: Little Rain was abandoned and left to fend for herself. Being a little cat she soon lost weight as the neighbors watched and did nothing. For a year she survived by her wits through blistering heat, deadly freezing temperatures, sleet, snow and rain. She gave it her all but when a Good Samaritan found her she was near death. The day she was saved it was raining and pitifully she sought refuge under a bush. When her savior called to her she literally ran through the rain into her lap. She had waited a year for someone to reach out to her and love her again. And so she was named Rain
Rain will be adopted to an inside forever home only. References, vet check and home visit are required. Rain is fully vetted and healthy and micro chipped. Rain's adoption fee of $90 is used for helping other abandoned kitties like Rain.
For an application please contact SilverRescue@gmail.com. Thank you!
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