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My name is Puma!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Columbia, Tennessee - Puma
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Columbia, Tennessee - Puma
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Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Columbia, Tennessee - Puma
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I'm being cared for by:
Rural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE)

Facts about Puma

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Meet Puma, now don't let his name fool you. Puma isn't a wild boy at all, but he is a big boy with a big heart. Puma is about 1 and 1/2 years old. He's a silly boy, he loves playing, climbing his cats trees and chasing his toy balls. He's also, obviously, a big fan of posing for the lens. Let's hope he never gets a hold of a cell phone and goes "selfie" crazy :) When Puma isn't being silly, he loves to sit in your lap, or lay on your chest, all 13 pounds of him, while you kick back and relax. What better way to spend the evening than with some purr power?? If you would like to bring Puma into your home as part of your family, please apply online at www.RuralAnimalRescueEffort.org/adopt-foster


*****AN APPLICATION AND HOME VISIT ARE REQUIRED!*****
Please visit www.RuralAnimalRescueEffort.org for foster and adoption applications or for additional information.

All of our pets are or will be spayed/neutered, up to date on all vaccines prior to adoption. Please complete the application on our website and we will call you to answer any questions you may have.

Our adoption fees not only help the animal being adopted, but they also help to cover heartworm treatments and other treatable ailments that many animals, that would otherwise be euthanized, need to be made available for adoption.

Thank you for choosing to adopt, foster, or aid in the rescue efforts of RARE!

About Rural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE)

About Our Rescue Group...

Rural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE) is an organization that is dedicated to saving animals in rural areas, mainly in 'pounds' and shelters, both high-kill and no-kill. There tends to be a higher overpopulation rate in rural areas due to lack of animal ordinances and alteration to prevent unwanted litters. Many animals are 'dumped' on country roads left to parish or end up at the local pound or animal shelter if they have an empty kennel. Many of these animals have a limited number of days before they are euthanized. In addition to placing animals in foster and adoptive homes, networking with rescues to assist in placement and adoption of animals, RARE also performs fundraisers for spay/neuters and other vetting to prevent further overpopulation and promote quality of life for the animals we save.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption fees cover all vetting for the animals in our care, including vaccinations, Heart-worm test, Heart-worm treatment if needed, Feline Leukemia test, spay/neuter and may vary, depending on species.

Fosters and Adopters will be required to complete an application with personal and Veterinary references. A home visit is also required.
RESCUES, please contact us regarding pull information or pull fee, if any, depending on vetting already provided by RARE.