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My name is Bonnie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Fargo, North Dakota - Bonnie
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Fargo, North Dakota - Bonnie
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Diamond In The Ruff Pet Rescue

Facts about Bonnie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 8621841
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Foster Feedback:

7/19/16

Bonnie is a sweet, curious girl with a striking black coat and big golden eyes. She has a lot of fun with our 2 Cocker Spaniels and 2 year old daughter, and seems to thrive on the extra activity in our home. (She doesn't prefer other cats, as she wants to be the only spoiled feline.) 

Bonnie  will seek us out when she wants to cuddle, and spends her days curled up on the top level of her cat tree, watching the birds from the window, or chasing the occasional house fly (she thinks they're her pets.)  Bonnie  loves gentle belly rubs, and will roll over for a good scratching. She is good about staying off of the counters and uses the litter box without a problem. She only meows while hunting bugs or when she really wants to be picked up and snuggled like a baby.

She very much enjoys playing with cat toys and will sometimes nibble on a treat.  Bonnie  would be the perfect addition to an active home! This silly little girl has lots of love to give and she will keep you laughing and enjoying life as much as she does! 

11/15/15

Bonnie is an excellent companion who always needs to know where her friends are. She is perfectly litter-box trained and is very good about not scratching furniture. If you allow her to, she is the most snuggly kitten. Playtime is very important to this little girl. She is good with other cats, but will let them know who the boss is.

10/10/15

Bonnie is going to be more petite in size compared to her brothers Clyde and Bandit. They have passed her in that department.  She is also a little more independent and reserved. She likes to cuddle and be pet but more so when she wants it. She isnt as needy about that sort of thing as her brothers. She is also better about entertaining herself. She will go off on her own and play with glittery balls and do a cute little howel type meow as she plays.  She is a kitten that would be fine in either a single or multiple cat home. She does ok with dogs as long as they respect her space

8/23/15

Bonnie is an amazing little girl. She likes to be with her people. If she finds herself alone and wants some attention she starts calling for you.  Her favorite place to sleep is at a window. She is still a Momma's girl. She loves to have her Momma Rose groom her so they would make a great adoptive pair. 

7/22/15

Bonnie is doing great! She is becoming more confident and outgoing every day. She keeps busy playing with her siblings and foster siblings.  She also loves to play with little balls that she can carry around and entertain herself with. Very loving lap kitty who does well with children, other cats and dogs.

6/17/15

Bonnie is the only girl and the shy kitten of the outlaw gang. Her favorite past time is keeping her brothers in line and showing them who is boss. She has recently discovered that she enjoys laying under blankets too. She loves to cuddle on your lap and purr away. She can't wait to find her 'purrrfect furever' home!

Bonnie is a sweet, curious girl with a striking black coat and big golden eyes. She has a lot of fun with our 2 Cocker Spaniels and 2 year old daughter, and seems to thrive on the extra activity in our home. (She doesn't prefer other cats, as she wants to be the only spoiled feline.) Bonnie will seek us out when she wants to cuddle, and spends her days curled up on the top level of her cat tree, watching the birds from the window, or chasing the occasional house fly (she thinks they're her pets.) Bonnie loves gentle belly rubs, and will roll over for a good scratching. She is good about staying off of the counters and uses the litter box without a problem. She only meows while hunting bugs or when she really wants to be picked up and snuggled like a baby. She very much enjoys playing with cat toys and will sometimes nibble on a treat. Bonnie would be the perfect addition to an active home! This silly little girl has lots of love to give and she will keep you laughing and enjoying life as much as she does! 

 





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