My name is Sebastian!

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

Facts about Sebastian

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10483891
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

**For the month of September, all cats are only $25!**

Sebastian is a very sweet boy who has been patiently waiting for his turn to go to his forever home. 

As he matures he has went from a feisty kitten to a wonderful adult kitty!  He still has some bursts of kitten energy so he loves to wrestle with his feline foster brothers.  He would be great in a home with other playful cats.  (There are no dogs in his foster home so we are unsure how he would do with them.) 

He no longer bites or uses his claws during play with his humans.  He’s not really a “lap cat” but he does want his daily snuggle.  We have included a video of him enjoying some affection. If you have your sound up you can hear him purring. 
Sebastian sleeps at the foot of the bed at night and doesn’t bother his fosters. 

He is a confident boy when strangers come to visit too; he doesn't run and hide. 

*Sebastian has been using the litter box with no issues. He is done with all of his vetting.  He has had a wellness exam, FIV/Feleuk testing, vaccinations, and microchipped (which includes a lifetime enrollment.)* 

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

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Our Adoption Process...

What is the process for adopting an animal?

Before potential adopters can physically meet a foster animal outside of our open adoption events, we require them to register on our site and submit an adoption application. Check out our scheduled adoption events.

After applications are reviewed, suitable applicants are contacted to set up a Pre-Adoption Meeting with our volunteers. This meeting is designed to answer any questions adopters may have about a particular animal or our adoption process. These meetings are dependent on the availability of approved volunteers in your area.

Once the application and Pre-Adoption Meeting are complete, meet and greets with the foster animal can be scheduled with qualified applicants if this has not already occurred.

After the meet and greet (and if the applicant is still interested in the animal), foster parents will make a recommendation to the Adoption Committee regarding the adoption. The foster animal stays with the foster family until they hear from the Diamond In The Ruff adoption committee.

Adoption is approved or rejected by the Diamond In The Ruff Adoption Committee. Final approval of all adoptions is at the sole discretion of Diamond in the Ruff.

Once approved, another meeting will be arranged between the foster parent and adopter wherein the adoption fee is collected and contracts are signed. The foster animal then goes to its new forever home and, after the adopters are given a week-long trial period, the adoption is finalized. Check out some of our amazing success stories!

A Diamond in the Ruff volunteer will contact the adoptive family after 72 hours to see how everyone is settling in as well as answer any questions.

After the week trial period is up, we will deposit the adoption fee and distribute the animals vet records and microchip information in a timely fashion.

Please keep in mind, Diamond In The Ruff is a 100% volunteer run organization and we will process your applications as fast as possible. If you have any questions about your application, contact our Application Coordinator at

If you have questions about an animal’s vet records, please contact our Healthcare Coordinator at