Little Peanut is the smallest of a litter of kittens that came into R-CATS care in late fall of 2012. The litter was brought in out of the cold by a caring foster family that cared for and socialized the kittens.
As time passed, Peanut's brother and sisters were adopted, leaving this little girl the last of her family needing a forever home; her litter mates have adjusted very well in their homes, and Peanut is expected to do the same once she is adopted. Like all of R-CATS adoptable felines, Peanut is spayed, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. Peanut "is a bit on the shy side but we think she'll blossom in a home with patience. We're hoping for a home with a resident cat to help her transition from her foster placement," said Robin Yager of R-CATS.
R-CATS adoptions require an application that includes a vet reference and two non-related personal references. A letter from a landlord is required if the potential adopter rents, and a home visit is done either before the actual adoption or very shortly after. A $50 donation is requested at the time of the adoption to help offset the costs of providing care and veterinary attention to the cats sheltered by the rescue.
Interested parties can contact representative Robin Yager for an adoption application file at firstname.lastname@example.org.