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My name is Romi!
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Purr Paws Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
15674100
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Hi friends!, I'm Romi! I was rescued from a South Texas Shelter when I was just a young kitten.  That was over four years ago and I am still searching for that forever home everyone else seems to find.  I am very sweet and absolutely love attention. I really really must sleep next to you every night (you know, to keep you safe).  I do have some challenges though and maybe that is why I’m still in foster care.  Behaviorally I am 100% awesome!  Medically not so much.  Issue no. 1 is not so much of a big deal and is commonly known as Viral Conjunctivitis. That a fancy way of saying I have a watery eye. This can be contagious to other kitties but none of the foster kitties in my home ever developed it.  Issue no. 2, is that I was recently diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy so my ticker has to be checked out every six months.  Thankfully it is in the early stages and I am not on medications as of yet.  But it can and will most likely progress.  How quickly?  No one knows.   But for now I am doing okay.  And finally the last item on the list is Hip Dysplasia.  With that I am not able to run fast or climb quickly.  But when I have the zoomies I impress my foster mom with my abilities to get in and out of the cat tree!  This too will progress.  But even with all of the above, I have remained a loving and fun kitty and try everyday to live my best life.   And as much as I love my foster home, I really do want a home of my own.  Because of my issues it would be best for me to have a quiet home with a gentle kitty friend.  And if there is that special person who is willing to open their home and love me, they should know that my medical treatment has a lifetime sponsor.  So anything medically I need would be taken care of.  Thank you for reading my story and even if you do not choose me, please consider another rescue cat.  We all deserve a forever home!





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July 30, 2022, 5:37 pm
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Hi friends!, I'm Romi! I was rescued from a South Texas Shelter when I was just a young kitten.  That was over four years ago and I am still searching for that forever home everyone else seems to find.  I am very sweet and absolutely love attention. I really really must sleep next to you every night (you know, to keep you safe).  I do have some challenges though and maybe that is why I’m still in foster care.  Behaviorally I am 100% awesome!  Medically not so much.  Issue no. 1 is not so much of a big deal and is commonly known as Viral Conjunctivitis. That a fancy way of saying I have a watery eye. This can be contagious to other kitties but none of the foster kitties in my home ever developed it.  Issue no. 2, is that I was recently diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy so my ticker has to be checked out every six months.  Thankfully it is in the early stages and I am not on medications as of yet.  But it can and will most likely progress.  How quickly?  No one knows.   But for now I am doing okay.  And finally the last item on the list is Hip Dysplasia.  With that I am not able to run fast or climb quickly.  But when I have the zoomies I impress my foster mom with my abilities to get in and out of the cat tree!  This too will progress.  But even with all of the above, I have remained a loving and fun kitty and try everyday to live my best life.   And as much as I love my foster home, I really do want a home of my own.  Because of my issues it would be best for me to have a quiet home with a gentle kitty friend.  And if there is that special person who is willing to open their home and love me, they should know that my medical treatment has a lifetime sponsor.  So anything medically I need would be taken care of.  Thank you for reading my story and even if you do not choose me, please consider another rescue cat.  We all deserve a forever home!





Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
July 30, 2022, 5:37 pm
Rescue

Purr Paws Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
15674100
Contact
Address
Cypress, TX 77433

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We do have an application, which can be filled out online on our website, or in person at an adoption location and then a contract upon approval. Kittens under 1 year old: $100 A pair of kittens under 1 year old: $150 Cats over 1 year old: $50 A pair of cats over 1 year old: $75 Black or Black/White Cats over 1 year old: $25 A pair of Black or Black/White Cats over 1 year old: $40
We do have an application, which can be filled out online on our website, or in person at an adoption location and then a contract upon approval. Kittens under 1 year old: $100 A pair of kittens under 1 year old: $150 Cats over 1 year old: $50 A pair of cats over 1 year old: $75 Black or Black/White Cats over 1 year old: $25 A pair of Black or Black/White Cats over 1 year old: $40

Go meet their pets

We hold adoptions on most Saturday's at Petsmart Cypress (Hwy 290 @ Spring-Cypress) from Noon to 4pm. We also have cats available on site for adoption at: Petsmart Cypress (290/Spring-Cypress) Pet Supplies Plus (529/Barker-Cypress) Pet Supermarket (Grant/Spring-Cypress) Pet Supermarket (290/Mason) For more information, please check out our website.
We hold adoptions on most Saturday's at Petsmart Cypress (Hwy 290 @ Spring-Cypress) from Noon to 4pm. We also have cats available on site for adoption at: Petsmart Cypress (290/Spring-Cypress) Pet Supplies Plus (529/Barker-Cypress) Pet Supermarket (Grant/Spring-Cypress) Pet Supermarket (290/Mason) For more information, please check out our website.

More about this rescue

Purr Paws Rescue is a registered 501(c)(3). We are a foster based rescue, meaning that we do not have a shelter. All of our cats and kittens live with their foster families until adoption. We are a no-kill rescue, meaning that we do not euthanize for space. Quality of life is important to us. Purr Paws Rescue is always looking for new foster homes and volunteers to help with adoption days, transport, and the adoption center at Petsmart Cypress.
Purr Paws Rescue is a registered 501(c)(3). We are a foster based rescue, meaning that we do not have a shelter. All of our cats and kittens live with their foster families until adoption. We are a no-kill rescue, meaning that we do not euthanize for space. Quality of life is important to us. Purr Paws Rescue is always looking for new foster homes and volunteers to help with adoption days, transport, and the adoption center at Petsmart Cypress.