My name is Misty the Magnificent!

Russian Blue Cat for adoption in Taylor Mill, Kentucky - Misty the Magnificent
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Wilson Animal Rescue dba Wags and Whiskers Rescue

Facts about Misty the Magnificent

  • Breed: Russian Blue
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
My name is Misty. That’s my new name for my new life. My rescuers don’t know what my old name was or where I came from. I’ve been through some bad stuff because I had a bad owner, but I know I’m safe now and I know I’m in good hands. My old owner ditched me outside to fend for myself. I don’t know why, I’m a really sweet girl and I don’t do bad things. I love affection and attention and I love to serenade you with my soft kitty purrs. I’m NEVER aggressive or mean, even when I’m getting medicine or around strangers; I always try to be very gentle. I’m a girly girl and the outside world was a very big scary place for me to be. I got scratched, beat up, I was hungry. I got hurt and it was very, very cold. People came and trapped us and took us to a hospital place to get us spayed and neutered. They cut my ear off so people would know that I couldn’t have babies. It was warm there and they gave me something to eat and pet me and told me I was a pretty girl. I was so happy to be there. Then I got sad because they took us all back to release us at our “home”. It was so cold that day; it was 3 degrees. For 2 days; I was so hungry and I thought I might freeze to death.

Then I found this nice lady to feed me. She seemed nice, so I let her pet me and then pick me up. She loved me ever since then! She’s now my foster mommy. She tried to find my owners but no one was looking for me. She took me back to that hospital place and got me all doctored up. I had to get tests to make sure I didn’t have bad diseases, got my boo boo fixed and got me some medicines to make me all better. The Dr said I’m a very young girl and he said I’m too sweet to have ever been a feral colony cat. He told me I deserve a good home. That’s exactly what my foster mommy tells me.

I hope you are interested in me and I hope you fill out an application. Don’t let my tipped ear deter you away. I’m still a beautiful, sweet, loving lap kitty
and I’ll know you’ll love me just like my foster mommy does.

NOTE FROM THE FOSTER MOM: Misty is a sweet, loving lap kitty. She’s had time to settle in to her foster home and they rave about how wonderful she is. She’s very well behaved. Doesn’t get anyplace she’s not supposed to be. She loves to be with her people and she will follow you from room to room. She loves to be picked up and “hugged”. She’s purrs as soon as you touch her. She will be adopted to an inside ONLY home.

Spayed, vaccines, deworming, blood work to test for Feline Leuk/FIV,flea and tick prevention, and microchipping.

To adopt Misty, please send an email to and we will email you an online application.

About Wilson Animal Rescue dba Wags and Whiskers Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a non-profit (501 (c)(3), group of foster family volunteers who strive to provide assistance for highly adoptable, unwanted, lost and neglected animals by providing humane education, veterinary care, animal rescue and by actively encouraging pet population control through spay and neuter. We pull 99% of our pets from local county shelters. Several county shelters call when they are getting full and we pull as many as our homes will allow. We also provide a $25 spay/neuter program for all cats in our tri-state area. And, we offer a low cost spay/neuter dog program as low as $35-55.

Once we have a rescue, they go to a foster home to wait for their forever family. They live with our families, our pets, and our children.

All of our pets are spayed or neutered before adoption or have such certificate to get it done for free. We also start immunizations on puppies and kittens at 8 weeks. We deworm, deflea, and treat for ear mites. We also Fel Leuk/FIV blood test our kitties and Heartworm test our dogs.

All of our cats and kittens must be adopted as strictly indoor. All of our dogs and puppies must be adopted as a *housedog only and we do require a secure fenced in yard. (*We only have one exception as we do have a hound dog that is terrified of crates and confinement in a house and will do best as an outside dog with other animal companions. No chains or kennels allowed. He will do great on acreage of 15+)

We do rescue work with pets because we value life. As humans we domesticated cats and dogs and our society needs to take ownership to treat them with respect. We also see a need to teach people the proper handling of pets and the value of spay/neuter. Pet ownership is a privilege and a life long commitment.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

To adopt from us, please email us at and we will email you the on-line application. If you have any questions, you may call Grace at 859.363.0388. Our rescues are housed in various foster homes in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati so the first step in our adoption process is for you to complete the on-line application. Once we receive your application, we normally respond to you within 48 hours. If we have a good match, you are then invited to come over to the foster home/s and see if this is a forever match. We will ask for a vet reference for cat or dog adoption and we will do a home visit to check the fencing if you are interested in adopting a dog.

Our Adoption Process...

First, complete the online application and email the completed applicaiton to . The first step in our adoption process is to receive a completed on-line application. We will ask for a vet reference for cat or dog adoption. If the client lives in an apartment, the pet policy is confirmed with the landlord. Applications are normally procesed within 48 hours. If accepted, an appointment is made to go visit the foster home. Once accepted the person can normally adopt any of the pets in our program. If the client bonds with a pet, a contract is signed. Adoption fees vary by pet but is normally printed in the animal description.