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My name is Nipper!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St. Paul, Minnesota - Nipper
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I'm being cared for by:
Feline Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Nipper

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 234877-Shelter-Nipper
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Hi, I'm Nipper. I'm not going to lie to you: my name suits me well. But once we get to know each other and we set the ground rules for where and when I like to be petted, you will find that I'm a sweet, little girl and a fine lap cat. Nipping is just one of my many charms. 

I'm about 10 years old. I like to stay active and I still love to play. I'm an excellent bug hunter. I'm very social. I follow at the feet of my foster people and like to sit in a lap and chat. I just don't always want to be touched and don't like to be held. You can understand that, right? 
 
I'm a petite cat and an adorable one too. From my little pink nose down to the little white tip on my long, gray tail.
 
I get medicine for my thyroid, but I eat it right up in my food, so that's not a big deal. My foster mom can tell you what I like to eat. She gives me the good stuff.
 
I tolerate other cats OK... but they tend to put me more on edge. So I might be happiest as an only cat or with cats that will give me my space. I have lived with dogs before. I had a family and a home, but my person passed away and we all had to go our separate ways. I'm hoping there's another person out there who understands me like my family did. It's hard to lose a friend. 
 
If you are patient and understanding and looking for a cute, little cat that won't be cuddly but will be a fine companion, then call Molly at 651-295-3758.
 
 
 
 


Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.


For more information about Feline Rescue, Inc. and a complete listing of our available cats, go to the Feline Rescue website. If you'd like to hear more Feline Rescue stories and see more pictures of our cats, check out the Feline Rescue Blog!

About Feline Rescue, Inc.

Our Adoption Process...

By adopting a Feline Rescue cat you will be supporting a caring, no-kill shelter and making room for one more homeless cat. We are always looking for good, safe, loving homes for our many cats and kittens. We want to be sure placements are a success for both parties, so before we send our feline friends home with anyone, we ask you to fill out a basic questionnaire. Since we work with cats everyday we will be able to suggest a perfect match to your needs. If a sponsorship fits your schedule better, you may support a cat of your choice and we will send you pictures and updates. All of our cats are feline leukemia/FIV tested, fecal tested, neutered/spayed, vaccinated and all of our kittens are vet checked, fecal checked and given their first set of shots. All receive high-quality veterinary care and exams. We charge an adoption fee to offset these costs. Adoption Hours: We are open seven days a week for adoptions, but our hours do vary because we are staffed entirely by volunteers. Call (651) 642-5900 for specific times and more information.