Adopted by Amy & Ben
Born ~4/30/19, M, Male, Bi-color Ragdoll Mix
Who wouldn’t love some Cash?
Cash is somewhat of an old soul who can be shy when first meeting someone but quickly warms up once he knows you are going to be kind to him, becoming the sweetest love you’d ever meet! He had a rough start in life and is still somewhat cautious with new people. While he loves his playtime and, if given the opportunity, he would rather be lying in your lap purring his sweet little heart away. It’s not that he doesn’t love his play time though, he does, he and his foster mates can make fun of most anything but Cash is particularly fond of his spring toys and tunnel. This old soul tends to be a bit mellower than his foster mates are and is the motor boat of the group. He purrs as soon as you walk into the room!
Cash’s foster family has all sorts of other furry creatures he gets along with, even the Border Collie Gracie so a family with another playful and loving kitty maybe best. Cash is not much of a talker unless it’s time for a meal or he really wants to be with you but it’s not excessive. In addition to his enchantingly, piercing blue eyes, he has beautiful markings with a short and silky coat is extremely easy to maintain with grooming once a week but doesn’t like to sit still for too long at the moment so short grooming sessions work a bit better. We think Cash would flourish with a family who has a relatively stable home. A family that wouldn’t mind a relaxed though playful close companion.
Cash is up-to-date on his vaccinations, neutered, FeLV tested, dewormed, microchipped and uses his litter box perfectly. He has a fairly simple diet of both canned and dry food and loves the occasional treat too, though he would eat them in exchange of real food.
Cash currently lives with his foster family in Sacramento. If you are looking for a best friend, a companion, a true emotional support and willing to give him as much love as he will provide, he would love to have you as his forever family!
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!