My name is Annie (self-assured & sweet)!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Roseville, Minnesota - Annie (self-assured & sweet)
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I'm being cared for by:
SCRAM (Stray Cat Rescue Associates MN)

Facts about Annie (self-assured & sweet)

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Hi! I'm Annie or you can call me Queen Annie. I am the Queen of the castle and would prefer being the only cat so I can get all of the attention. I would do best in a home with adults or semi retired individuals.

I will greet you at the door when you get home... I love to be around people and will purr as soon as you pick me up, but I prefer being next to you while you're relaxing on the sofa or in bed. I will be delighted if you get out a wand toy to play with me, but I also enjoy playing on my own on a cat climber or relaxing while looking out the window.

I was found in a basement apartment when my owner moved and did not take me a long. Fortunately, the landlord contacted SCRAM and I have been living in a foster home ever since. I am a mellow girl who enjoys the simple things. All I need is a nice soft bed, a window to look out, and a person or people to love and cuddle with. I am ready to find my forever home.

Annie has been spayed, vaccinated, has tested negative for Feline Leukemia, and is estimated to be 6 years old.

To learn more about this cat, call Laura at 651-257-7265 or email Thank you for your interest in S.C.R.A.M. We are a non-profit, 501c3

About SCRAM (Stray Cat Rescue Associates MN)

About Our Rescue Group...

SCRAM is a non-profit, 501c3 tax exempt, animal welfare organization.

We take in, foster and socialize cats/kittens to be good house pets. We provide for vet care as needed and have the animals spay/neutered. We offer these pets for adoption to good homes where the animals' needs and nature are respected. We educate about proper pet care. We advocate for animal interests and to ensure animal protection laws are properly enforced. We work with the media to bring attention to animal issues and raise awareness about the need for change.

What YOU can do: Spay/neuter your pets. Keep them safely indoors when not on a leash or confined in a fenced yard. Intervene when you see an animal being abused or mistreated.

Call SCRAM or your local humane rescue group if you find a lost, stray or feral cat in need of help. Communicate with your elected officials about improving our animal protection laws and ordinances. Volunteer your time and talents to help with animal causes or foster a SCRAM cat!

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Our Adoption Process...

Pre-adoption interviews are conducted in order to match the proper pet with potential adopter. Items taken under consideration are housing, size of family, number of pets past and present, medical problems with anyone in the home, geographic area, relationships with veterinarians, etc.. Home visits are conducted without warning. References required on an as need basis.