Meow! My name is Robin
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Robin came from a farm where she was outside and had several litters of kittens until our rescue group was contacted for help because it was getting cold outside. Robin is a good cat with a cute little chirrup instead of a meow, just like her daughter, Crystal. Robin can be reluctant until she gets to know you, but she's a softy at heart. She's not too shy (not afraid of the vacuum cleaner which a plus). She loves lying in cat beds (a heated one in the winter), but not as much as she LOVES attention. She will chase away other cats if she thinks they'll get prevent her from getting some attention. She definitely likes being the queen bee. If her foster mom sits down, within seconds, Robin will hop up on her lap and sit happily and contentedly....and doesn't want to leave. She is very much a velcro kitty. At night, she likes to sleep snuggled up closely to "her person". She also now loves being picked up. She will cuddle into her foster mom's arms and start purring immediately. Robin adores being petted and will sit in your lap once she finds out you're okay. She will also play if someone gets out a wand toy or the bird on a wire which is a favorite toy. Now that it's warm, Robin enjoys lying in the windowsills. Once her trust is gained, you will see her friendly, funny, quirky personality and she will be your biggest fan. Robin would be a wonderful cat on her own, preferably with someone who knows cats and has experience with them. She has a lot of love to give and just needs the stability and security of a permanent home with her person and for that person, it will be a very rewarding experience. Robin is very affectionate loving cat and her foster mom doesn't have the time to give her the attention she craves.
As with all SCRAM cats, we will not allow this cat to be declawed. Please see our home page for more information on adopting. To learn more about this cat or to make an appointment to meet her, please email Carolyn915@msn.com or call Carolyn at 651-486-7522. Thank you for your interest in S.C.R.A.M. we are a non-profit, 501c3 tax-exempt organization and survive on donations.
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Rescue Group Info...
SCRAM is a non-profit, 501c3 tax exempt, animal welfare organization. *We take in, foster and socialize cats/kittens to be good house pets. *We provide for vet care as needed and have the animals spay/neutered. *We offer these pets for adoption to good homes where the animals' needs and nature are respected. *We educate about proper pet care. *We advocate for animal interests and to ensure animal protection laws are properly enforced. *We work with the media to bring attention to animal issues and raise awareness about the need for change. What YOU can do: *Spay/neuter your pets. *Keep them safely indoors when not on a leash or confined in a fenced yard.*Intervene when you see an animal being abused or mistreated. *Call SCRAM or your local humane rescue group if you find a lost, stray or feral cat in need of help. *Communicate with your elected officials about improving our animal protection laws and ordinances. *Volunteer your time and talents to help with animal causes or foster a SCRAM cat!
Pre-adoption interviews are conducted in order to match the proper pet with potential adopter. Items taken under consideration are housing, size of family, number of pets past and present, medical problems with anyone in the home, geographic area, relationships with veterinarians, etc.. Home visits are conducted without warning. References required on an as need basis.
Mpls./St Paul metro area and surrounding suburbs