Meow! My name is Cali
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
BREED: Raddoll/Domestic Long Hair/Calico
COLOR: White with Calico
AGE: Born aproximately in June 2010
SIZE: when grown: Small to Medium
TEMPMT: Happy, playfull, social with siblings. Shy with humans at first.
CHILDREN: Children 6 years and up if respectful and gentle with cats
PETS: Cats - yes; Dogs - yes if calm VETTING: Spayed, up to date on vaccinations, healthy
Cali was born to a feral momma. She and her family (momma and siblings, Ali & Wiley) were rescued when the kittens were about 8 weeks old, in July of 2010. Cali is still a little shy but when she gets to know her human she warms up nicely. She and her siblyings are safe now from deadly, chasing dogs and the elements and are ready for their own homes and families.
Cali is a happy little girl. She has learned to trust her foster mom and no longer shies away. With her new person she'll be shy for a little while but will warm up nicely when she knows she can trust her human. When she does she will purr her sweet songs to you.
Cali is a little medium to long hair white & calico Ragdoll/Domestic long her, perhaps Main Coon mix kitty. She has the softest fur. She gets along well with her siblings and would love to be adopted with one or both of them.
Cali is learning to be OK with calm dogs, so for now she will only be adopted into a home with calm dogs.
Cali will be adopted to an inside forever home only. Reference and vet checks as well as a home visit are required. Cali's adoption donation of $90 will be used to help other needy kittens.
For an application please contact SilverRescue@gmail.com.
Rescue Group Info...
.Yes, we do an application and contract as well as an adoption fee.
.We serve citi and statewide, as well as nationwide- I help people who have found an abandoned animal who do not know what to do to keep it safe and/or how to find it a home. I do it locally as well as nationwide.if anyone needs.I put the animals on my web page and do the adoption process for them.