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My name is Sasha!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Santa Rosa, California - Sasha
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SNAP Cats

Facts about Sasha

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red (Mostly)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10701807
  • Hair: Short

SNAP Cats rescued Sasha from Solano, Co., CA. Sasha desires attention, she just doesn’t know it sometimes. Once you gain her trust she melts in your arms. But you have to be patient to gain that trust. Sasha’s cerebellar hypoplasia (CH) is moderate+, which means she’s still trying to figure out how to walk without falling. She uses the litter box 100% of the time, and doesn’t require a butt bath like some of the others with the same degree of CH. If you’d like to meet Sasha please stop by. Or watch her on our new webcam at: https://livestream.com/accounts/22060453/events/6530160.

Sasha needs a sponsor. It’s only $25/month to help with her expenses. Thanks!

About SNAP Cats

About Our Rescue Group...

Animal shelters, cat rescues and sanctuaries in Sonoma County (and the U.S.) are full. Innocent cats are being killed due to lack of space and/or funds. The first cats to be killed are special needs, elderly and feral cats, or cats who aren’t deemed “adoptable.” That’s unacceptable.

SNAP Cats is the only rescue & sanctuary in Sonoma County dedicated to special needs cats. SNAP Cats' specific focus is rescuing these cats, housing them, then finding them loving homes. We believe, if given a few more days or weeks or months, an older or special needs or feral cat can find the home that they deserve.

Therefore all cats at SNAP Cats, regardless of health, age or temperament, are available for adoption or foster care. Those who cannot or are not adopted, due to age, illness or temperament, are able to live out the remainder of their natural lives in a peaceful, healthy, serene environment, free from judgment or harm.

Our Adoption Process...

Fees vary per cat. All prospective adopters must fill out an adoption form, then meet with an adoption councilor.