found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Let me explain about " mink " ragdolls. There is a very old genetic line of some ragdolls that has a Burmese cat gene in it. Breeding these "mink" ragdolls produces cats with a smoother coat and sea mist green or teal blue eyes. ( Regular ragdolls always have blue eyes ).The ragdoll personality in both types is the same. Lulu was bought as a kitten from a Mink Ragdoll breeder in Missouri. "She was," says her purchaser mom, "no bigger than a pear when she was shipped to her in California". Now at three years old she is pretty much full grown and what a lovely girl she is.
She was surrendered because her mom has a dog , a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, I think she said , and Lulu does not get along with this dog and her mom thinks it would be best for all concerned to re-home her. She is a lovely sweet little girl. I haven't had her long and don't know her well.
So far she seems agreeable and well behaved. She is a little love bug.I would not send her to a home with a dog but she may be fine with goodnatured gentle cats. As I know more about her with other cats I will update this bio.
In part of her past life she was allowed out in a backyard garden and she enjoyed that so perhaps we will find a similar safe situation for her.
She eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in santa Cruz.