Rita is territorial from being on the streets and doesn't like sharing her humans with other cats. However, if you're her human, she wants to be with you everywhere you are. Rita loves to roll over and show you how much she loves you and trusts you. She loves her cardboard scratch pad, her fluffy bed and she likes to the ONLY one to use her litter box! She's a talker and a snuggler. She is just learning how to play. She initially runs from toys, which indicates someone was throwing items at her on the street. She is a great traveler in her carrier and she wears her new collar with pride. She loves her bell and her tag. We spray a "kicker" toy with catnip and she goes to town on it! She's a lot of fun and is a true rescue case. We would love to find her a home ASAP so she can bond with you!
FYI: Her brother Stryder is available right now with Lifeline for Pets in Pasadena & he had to have a rear leg amputated if you are looking for special needs kitty who is an absolute lovebug.
* Date of Birth: 2016 (approx March)
* Color/Breed:Charcoal Grey with White and Blue Eyes
* Litterbox Trained
* FELV/FIV Negative
* Shots Up To Date
Please contact Rita's foster with any questions & go here to fill out our Adoption Application:
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