Sashi (& Misha)
Sashi (& Misha)
Sashi (& Misha)
Sashi (& Misha)

Status / Details

2020, Adopted

Additional Info

  • Sashi & Misha Bonded Pair

About Sashi (& Misha)

Adopted by Jim and Faith

$350 for the Pair

Sashi and Misha must be adopted together.  There are NO exceptions.  

See Misha here.

I am Sashi, a beautiful, petite 10 yr old Silver Chinchilla Persian female. I am a very sweet and lovey girl that likes to hide. I’ve been doing it my whole life. My foster mom and dad will grab me out of hiding, and I start purring and head butting like crazy. I am kind of spoiled and like to be hand fed. They also say I have the most incredible green eyes.

My perfect home would be quiet, have no children and will give me lots of love. 

I am bonded with Misha (see here) and we must be adopted together. Misha is a handsome 12 yr old big Cameo Persian male. Don’t let his age fool you, he still has plenty of spunk and likes to follow you everywhere. Misha loves greeting his foster parents and greet them with purrs and lots of muffin making. Misha loves to sleep next to his “sister” (Sashi) at night. 

Our foster parents have cats and an older dog that Misha, in particular, does not mind and enjoys playing with.  Misha is such a big lover with a heart of gold and an all around perfect boy. 

Misha and I are both fairly quiet but with lovey, soft meows, and we are litter-box perfect.

Our previous owner/mom loved and spoiled us lots. Unfortunately, due to declining health, she could no longer care for us.

We are sweet kitties and are just waiting for our perfect new home and family.

Sashi and Misha have never been around children of any age. They would like to stay in a home with no young children. They must be adopted together since they have been together 10 yrs. 

Sashi and Misha are being fostered by Debbie in Canyon Lake, Ca. If you have questions about Sasha and Misha, feel free to email Debbie at And, if you are seriously interested, please complete and submit an adoption application at

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!