Robin is estimated to be 8 months as of October. Robin is a silly little girl! She loves playing will carry toys around in her mouth. She loves snuggling and sitting on laps. She will rub her face all over you looking for attention. She kneads her little paws gently on people and blankets. She likes sleeping in bed with people. Robin has been caught sitting and sleeping with her tongue sticking out. Do you need a sweet and silly kitty to brighten your day?? If so, apply now to meet Robin!
Robin can be visited at the Edina Chuck and Don's during store hours.
Robin is altered, up to date on vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, and am Feline Leukemia and FIV negative. If you'd like to start the adoption process, please fill out an adoption application here: http://www.twincitiespetrescue.org/adopt/adopt-a-cat/.
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.
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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