Black & white, medium hair, female, born approx. 7/25/16, #12328 (black nose/chin)
A mother cat and her five kittens were saved from a high-kill shelter when their lives were on the line. They moved into Rescue House foster care to grow and thrive—and so they did. Annie’s siblings have all been adopted!
Annie is a very sweet little kitten. She excels at cozy charm and knows just how to win hearts. While she was one of the quieter kittens of her quintet, Annie still enjoys a variety of toys and is a sweet and affectionate little play monster who has a hefty dose of curiosity.
Annie gets along well with cats of all ages and would be delighted to have a feline companion in her new home. She hasn’t lived with a dog, though the ones passing by don’t bother her and we think it likely that with a proper introduction she would also do well with a cat-friendly canine. Gentle children are fine... especially if they bring out a toy.
Annie will bring enrichment to the life of the lucky person(s) who adopts her. Will she be going home with you?
The Rescue House is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting cats through its rescue, foster and adoption activities. We find loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats. We open our arms to cats that need assistance, regardless of age and often regardless of handicap. We find good homes for every cat that we take in - we are a true no-kill cat rescue organization.
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We at The Rescue House believe that we can contribute to the welfare of our furry friends by implementing an Adoption Program. Our Adoption Centers are located in retail pet stores whose philosophy agrees with The Rescue House's mission. A list of the adoption centers can be found here: http://www.rescuehouse.org/adoption-centers.html
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All prospective adopters must complete an application and be interviewed as part of the adoption process.
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