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Facts about Tina

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Long

My name is Tina!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Chesterfield, Virginia - Tina

Tina's Info...

I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.

Tina's Story...
Beautiful Tina was found wandering around after having babies outside. After being trapped, it was discovered that she was not feral at all. Just scared. Unfortunately, we were only able to find 1 of her babies as the other had disappeared. So sad. Another reason for having your pets spayed or neutered. But, on the bright side, Tina and her baby Teddy will soon be ready for adoption. She is such a sweet girl and very loving. She needs a nice, warm inside home where she can feel safe to show her true self. She was so scared and lonely outside especially with babies. UPDATE: Tina is doing fantastic. She has adjusted to life inside so well we believe she must have been an indoor cat to start. She loves, loves eating and is eager to get treats! She will follow you around and talk with you the whole time if you have some goodies for her. She has a beautiful long coat and long tail. She gets along with other cats but sometimes the other cats don't seem to care for her. She is not aggressive but is nervous around people. Once she becomes familiar with a routine and her home she begins to mellow out. We would love to find a great home for her where she can live safely inside with someone who loves her. She has not proven to be a furniture scratcher either.
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About Willow Run Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

We have been rescuing cats for over 20 years and working with and also helping other rescue groups. We now have a cat sanctuary for those hard to place cats from working with other groups and those rescued from feral colonies or abandoned by their owners. Although, we do occasionally take in kittens, we put most of our focus on the older population of cats that are less likely to be adopted, which often means they are with us for a longer period of time. But, we never give up, even older guys can find homes. We hope to find permanent homes for them as we work with them or they will have a lifetime home forever at our sanctuary. We do not euthanize any cat just because it is not adoptable. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. With older and senior cats our expenses are much more, so any donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductible. Donations are welcomed of any amount, item, food, litter, etc. We are always in need of these items. Monetary donations are always welcome as well to help with medical care for our seniors.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

As much as we would love to come out to do adoption stands, manpower is at a premium to find. Adoption stands can be very time consuming but also extremely stressful to the pets we have for adoption. If you find a pet listed on our pet page, just drop us a note. We will be glad to talk with you about the pet and help you decide if he/she is right for your family. From there we can move on to actually having a visit with the pet in a quite, peaceful situation rather than a highly stressful one where you may not see their true personality. No pressure on our part, and we always take our babies back.

Our Adoption Process...

Please contact us about our fees, contracts, etc., regarding any pet we have listed. All our pets are spayed/neutered and up to date on shots, etc., unless too young, etc.

Please be sure to have your pets spayed and neutered asap. If you need assistance with ferals or stays, please contact the Richmond SPCA for info.