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About Samara – “Sam”
Born ~2014, F, Lilac Mitted Ragdoll
My name is Sam and I am an adorable purebred husky healthy lilac mitted ragdoll who came from a ragdoll cattery in Sacramento. My former caretaker passed away suddenly and I now find myself seeking an affectionate and social home with humans that I can call my very own. When my foster mom saw me, I had big fur and big round cornflower blue eyes but I was very matted and could barely move as my hairs were tightly stitched to my body. She took pity on forlorn me and got me to a vet for a check-up and was shaved of my mattes. Now, I am a free spirit!! My hair is growing back luxuriously and with the summer heat, thank goodness to have my big fur in summer mode. By winter, I should be back to my big fur beauty.
I feel so free and love to stretch, jump and chase after teaser toys, ping pong balls and crinklies with the joyous freedom I did not have locked away in a cage to “make babies.” I am a liberated gal, who can live with a couple of friendly cats. At first, I may appear shy but when I get to know you, I will head bump you, roll over on my tummy and let you tickle me and rub my chin. I am affectionate but we will need to get to know each other: As it is, trust comes with tender loving care.
I am not a latch key kind of girl who wants to spend long periods of time alone so it would be good to have adults who believe in quality time with their fur folk. I have soft fur, beautiful clear round blue eyes, mitted paws, a soothing rumble purr—better than a sound machine, and a loving temperament.
I have been checked out by a vet, updated on my vacs, and I have impeccable litter box habits. I eat both wet and dry food, love clean water. My foster mom Wendy will be happy to tell you more about me: leave a phone message, including your name, location in California, and phone contact info at 530-758-5550 and please fill out an Adoption Application on our website, purebredsplus.org.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!