Age: about 1-2 years old
About Me: My name is Frida. I’ve come a long way since TCPR took me in this past May. Back then, I was a very scared and defensive mom of five kittens. I rarely came out of hiding and didn’t trust anyone to take care of me. Thanks to the support and care of TCPR and my foster mom over the last few months, I am practically a brand new cat! I really enjoy socializing and being pet, and usually am hanging out wherever the action is. I LOVE LOVE LOVE canned kitty food – I can’t get enough of it really. I also like to play with feather toys and with my kitten, Nell, who is also up for adoption. Life in the outdoors made me a bit rough around the edges so I can occasionally be feisty/a little bossy. I would probably do best in a home without other pets, OR in a home with my kitten, Nell. I’m looking for a forever family that can be sweet and patient with me, and can understand that sometimes I still get nervous and need my space.
MEET ME/ADOPT ME: If you’d like to arrange a meeting or begin the adoption process, please fill out an adoption application by visiting www.twincitiespetrescue.org/adopt/adopt-a-cat/. A volunteer from Twin Cities Pet Rescue will contact you once your application is reviewed.
ADOPTION FEE: $135 plus tax.
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED!!! Twin Cities Pet Rescue is a volunteer-run, foster home-based organization. We can only rescue as many animals as available foster homes. Please consider saving the life of an animal in need and become a volunteer foster home today. To become a foster, fill out a dog or cat foster application on the Twin Cities Pet Rescue website: www.twincitiespetrescue.org. There is little to no cost to foster an animal. Twin Cities Pet Rescue provides its foster families with food, supplies, and veterinary care for its animals. All you need to do is supply the love!
PLEASE NOTE: Twin Cities Pet Rescue does not adopt to homes further than 60 miles from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area.
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