My name is Lambchop!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Cleveland, Ohio - Lambchop
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I'm being cared for by:
Rainbow Connection Animal Foundation

Facts about Lambchop

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tiger Striped
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
My name is Lamb Chop and I am as sweet as they come. I was living behind a bar before a nice man rescued me. I was very emaciated, but I have filled out very well. I am always purring and want to be cuddled and petted. I have a playful personality and love to sleep with my foster mommy. I do well with other cats too! All that I am asking for is a “purrfect” forever home where I can spend the rest of my days.

Lamb Chop is coded as "special needs" because she was diagnosed with something called Plasma Cell Pododermatitis, also known as “Pillow Foot” in April 2014. The disease is NOT contagious. It has caused her two front-paw pads to become very soft and mushy. Pillow Pads is not contagious, and is not curable. The causes of this condition are not well understood, but it can be managed with an occasional antibiotic and steroid as needed. So far her vet doesn't recommend anything since her inflammation is very minor. It is rare in cats, but hasn’t affected Lamb Chop in any way. Her adoptive family must be aware of the need to monitor her pads.

Would you please consider me? My date of birth is January 2010 and I have been in my foster home since I was rescued that spring. I don’t want to spend my entire life in a foster home. I am spayed, current on vaccinations and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.
I am spayed, current on vaccinations and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.Email: for more information and adoption application. last update: 6/23/10, 8/1/10, 5/25/13, 6/2/14

About Rainbow Connection Animal Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

The Rainbow Connection Animal Foundation is a non-profit, no-kill, 100% volunteer animal rescue organization which rescues homeless, abandoned, and surrendered cats and kittens and ultimately places them in loving homes. We are also active in and practice Trap/Neuter/Release methods in order to maintain the feral and stray cat population.


All RCAF cats/kittens are vaccinated, tested for FIV/FeLV, treated for parasites, and spayed/neutered. Each animal is placed in foster care and observed and socialized as needed. Adoptions take place in private homes, PETsMART stores, and veterinary clinics.

RCAF relies on donations, adoption fees and volunteer support in order to operate and continue rescuing homeless and abandoned cats.

Rainbow Connection has a 100% return policy which means in no uncertain terms, should the animal become ill, can no longer be cared for by the adopter or is simply no longer wanted, the animal is to be returned to Rainbow Connection. This ensures that this animal will never be homeless again in essence, Rainbow animals have a home forever.


Our adoption donation fee is $85 per cat and/or kitten. All donations and are tax deductible.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We meet potential adopters at their home, our vet clinic(s) or at PetsMart locations.

Our Adoption Process...

All potential homes must request and complete an adoption application. Upon receipt, an applicant will receive email correspondence. Upon pre-approval, he/she will be provided with a phone number for an an adoption screener. If approved, RCAF will schedule an appointment with the applicant to sign our adoption contract and complete the adoption.