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Facts about Mouse

  • Breed: Russian Blue
  • Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 5455859-04
  • Hair: Short

My name is Mouse!

Russian Blue Cat for adoption in Robbinsville, North Carolina - Mouse
Photo 1 - Russian Blue Cat for adoption in Robbinsville, North Carolina - Mouse
Photo 2 - Russian Blue Cat for adoption in Robbinsville, North Carolina - Mouse
Photo 3 - Russian Blue Cat for adoption in Robbinsville, North Carolina - Mouse

Mouse's Info...

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

Mouse's Story...

Mouse ,we believe, is a Russain Blue possibly siamese mix? She is also a polydactyl. We just love all her extra toes.
She was left by her owner when they moved so we are desperate to find her the purrfect furrever home. She is a very affectionate girl. She loves to play too. She is not very keen on being picked up although she will let you. Mouse doesn't like dogs or other cats although if you have a  non aggressive kitty already we feel she will learn to accept this. She also would not do well with children. She will need someone good with cats and willing to work with her. She does not like to go outside. She can get a little temperamental at times. You just have to give her some space when she gets grumpy .  She just needs someone willing to be patient and give her lots of love. Shes just a tiny little love bug. Big green eyes and the cutest squeek of a meow!

Please go to www.catranchrescue.org and fill out an adoption application if interested in giving this kitty a furever home!

 

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About Cat Ranch Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The mission of Cat Ranch Rescue,Inc is to reduce the number of homeless, abused, and abandoned cats and improve their quality of life by educating the public in proper animal care and the importance of spaying and neutering. Helping place adoptable pets into forever homes.
In addition, we are dedicated to helping in disaster relief within our county and surrounding areas. We do this by:

Decreasing the number of homeless animals by educating they public on the importance of sterilization of their pets through classes, newsletters, and handouts at fundraisers and special events and referring them to the veterinary clinic where there is a S.N.I.P. program available.
Providing assistance to local cat rescues by sharing information to the public about their facilities and programs and offering any assistance we can.

Providing assistance in adopting out animals unable to be take in by us by:

connecting potential adopters with individuals in need of finding homes for their pets or stray animals
Posting online to other rescues and potential adopters on the internet
Posting in our monthly newsletters

To assist in animal rescue and disaster relief by:

Taking classes to educate ourselves and others in animal rescue and disaster relief
Volunteering our time, and equipment in the event of a disaster
Acquiring necessary equipment for emergency care and disaster relief through public donations and grants.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Paypal type in catranchrescue@yahoo.com for donations.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Potential adopters can call us for an appointment to see the cat they wish to adopt at our home. We are not an adoption facility and cats are fostered out. They can also fill out applications at our booth when we have them several times a year at various festivals as well as view adoptable cats in our area.

Our Adoption Process...

A Cat Ranch Rescue cat will be a rescued cat or kitten from the community. They may have been surrendered by their owners, found living outdoors, or by any other way a cat or kitten has found itself alone in the world and is in need of rescuing.

A Cat Ranch Rescue cat will have been spayed or neutered, unless we have records or absolute proof that this has been done previously, and microchipped. They are tested negative for FIV/feline leukemia, given their first shots, de-wormed, and observed and treated by local veterinarians for any other conditions they may have.

They are socialized in a loving environment with other cats and plenty of humans. After an initial quarantine period where they are kept isolated, they are then allowed out to their foster homes.

All adoption applications will be reviewed by our staff. If the applicants seem to be a good fit for the cat or cats of interest, CRR will contact the interested party to set up a home visit. Only after a member of the CRR staff has visited the applicant’s home will they consider continuing with the adoption process.

Once a home is considered safe for our cats, the applicant pays an adoption fee of $90 and sign a CRR adoption agreement. This fee covers the spaying/neutering and all vaccinations that ensure the cat lives a healthy and happy life with their new family.