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THE RESCUE HOUSE

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
44469087
Hair Length

My story

Missy: black/orange/white calico, short hair, spayed female, born 4/25/20, #15590
Charlie: orange tabby w/white, short hair, neutered male, born 4/25/20, #15591

Missy and Charlie entered Rescue House as wee kittens, and cute as buttons, they quickly were adopted. Fast-forward two years and after encountering severe financial difficulties, their guardians became unable to provide for them. Confident that we would do our very best to find Missy and Charlie the perfect new forever family, they reached back out to us and gratefully surrendered their babies into our care. As part of their return to us, we sat with both kitties to discuss what they are looking for in their future parents, and armed with a list of their criteria, we currently are interviewing applicants... we invite you to step forward and see if you measure up!

First off, Charlie and Missy want you to know that it will take time for them to settle in and get comfortable with you. In terms of the exact period, you probably are looking at months, so if you are not in this for the long haul, your application is going to be a hard pass for them. Once they do claim your abode as their own, they will be receptive to visitors and willing to entertain guests. Strangers won't faze them at this point because they already will have decided that you are the person for them and that your house is their home. They do require a quiet environment, and even after they have grown accustomed to the rhythms of life with you, loud noises will startle them. (They take the view that their home should be an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the world outside their door.) In terms of specific requirements for each, Charlie insists on a pristine litterbox-no one likes a dirty bathroom-and would appreciate your assistance with ensuring that it remains up to his standards at all times. Regarding Missy, she needs a comfy lounging area in a sunny spot where she can soak up some rays for a few hours each day. In exchange for your patience while they adjust and your agreement to meet these two simple requests, they promise to give you all of their love forever and make themselves available for copious amounts of petting!
Charlie and Missy MUST be adopted together.

They have not spent time with kitties other than each other in the past two years; however, we think they could be okay with respectful feline friends. A blind Shar Pei lived in the backyard in their previous home, and they did not interact with the canine at all. Given their temperaments, we are not sure pooches would work for them. They occasionally were in the company of a three-year-old child and did not like that very much. Agreeing the kiddo was not their jam, they would hide from him.

These two blooms hope you have room in your heart and home for a bashful duo who will blossom in your care and love you forever when given time to open up. Please consider allowing them to be your floofy feline flowers!
Missy: black/orange/white calico, short hair, spayed female, born 4/25/20, #15590
Charlie: orange tabby w/white, short hair, neutered male, born 4/25/20, #15591

Missy and Charlie entered Rescue House as wee kittens, and cute as buttons, they quickly were adopted. Fast-forward two years and after encountering severe financial difficulties, their guardians became unable to provide for them. Confident that we would do our very best to find Missy and Charlie the perfect new forever family, they reached back out to us and gratefully surrendered their babies into our care. As part of their return to us, we sat with both kitties to discuss what they are looking for in their future parents, and armed with a list of their criteria, we currently are interviewing applicants... we invite you to step forward and see if you measure up!

First off, Charlie and Missy want you to know that it will take time for them to settle in and get comfortable with you. In terms of the exact period, you probably are looking at months, so if you are not in this for the long haul, your application is going to be a hard pass for them. Once they do claim your abode as their own, they will be receptive to visitors and willing to entertain guests. Strangers won't faze them at this point because they already will have decided that you are the person for them and that your house is their home. They do require a quiet environment, and even after they have grown accustomed to the rhythms of life with you, loud noises will startle them. (They take the view that their home should be an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the world outside their door.) In terms of specific requirements for each, Charlie insists on a pristine litterbox-no one likes a dirty bathroom-and would appreciate your assistance with ensuring that it remains up to his standards at all times. Regarding Missy, she needs a comfy lounging area in a sunny spot where she can soak up some rays for a few hours each day. In exchange for your patience while they adjust and your agreement to meet these two simple requests, they promise to give you all of their love forever and make themselves available for copious amounts of petting!
Charlie and Missy MUST be adopted together.

They have not spent time with kitties other than each other in the past two years; however, we think they could be okay with respectful feline friends. A blind Shar Pei lived in the backyard in their previous home, and they did not interact with the canine at all. Given their temperaments, we are not sure pooches would work for them. They occasionally were in the company of a three-year-old child and did not like that very much. Agreeing the kiddo was not their jam, they would hide from him.

These two blooms hope you have room in your heart and home for a bashful duo who will blossom in your care and love you forever when given time to open up. Please consider allowing them to be your floofy feline flowers!
Rescue

THE RESCUE HOUSE

Contact info
Pet ID
44469087
Contact
Address
Encinitas, CA 92023

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

All prospective adopters must complete an application and be interviewed as part of the adoption process.
All prospective adopters must complete an application and be interviewed as part of the adoption process.

Go meet their pets

We at The Rescue House believe that we can contribute to the welfare of our furry friends by implementing an Adoption Program. Our Adoption Centers are located in retail pet stores whose philosophy agrees with The Rescue House's mission. A list of the adoption centers can be found here: http://www.rescuehouse.org/adoption-centers.html
We at The Rescue House believe that we can contribute to the welfare of our furry friends by implementing an Adoption Program. Our Adoption Centers are located in retail pet stores whose philosophy agrees with The Rescue House's mission. A list of the adoption centers can be found here: http://www.rescuehouse.org/adoption-centers.html

More about this rescue

The Rescue House is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting cats through its rescue, foster and adoption activities. We find loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats. We open our arms to cats that need assistance, regardless of age and often regardless of handicap. We find good homes for every cat that we take in - we are a true no-kill cat rescue organization.
The Rescue House is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting cats through its rescue, foster and adoption activities. We find loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats. We open our arms to cats that need assistance, regardless of age and often regardless of handicap. We find good homes for every cat that we take in - we are a true no-kill cat rescue organization.