Last Updated on February 19, 2010 by Jenny
Help Rehome This Beauty!
Jasmine in Bangor, WA
Christa Singleton writes, “My husband and I are making the difficult decision to rehome our 13-year old Ragdoll cat. We have been dealing with behavioral issues with her for about two years now that have not gotten better. We do not feel that we are a suitable family for her, as my husband deploys frequently and it is during those the times that he leaves and returns that we experience her behavioral issues. We are seeking a family for her that has no other pets and does not travel or deploy frequently. We prefer a retired couple or person, or a childless couple. We have no children so we do not know how she does with children.
Her name is Jasmine, I adopted her when she was 9 from a cat shelter in NC. She is declawed in the front and back, very quiet and VERY much a Ragdoll. She is lazy and will sit on your lap all day if you let her. I have pictures for those who are truly interested in her, Craigslist will not allow me to upload them due to the size. We are not seeking a rehoming fee, we just want to find the best family for her. ”
UPDATE – Thu, Dec 24, 2009 1:00 pm
We asked Christa if she had been taken to the vet to be checked, this is what she said:
“We have taken her to the vet this past week who found no intestinal problems. She goes to the bathroom on my husband’s clothes but only does it when he leaves on deployment or returns home from deployment. It lasts a week or two and has gotten very messy lately. So we’ve had to shut her out of our bedrooms and other areas of the house. We are moving in about 6 months and we know the stress on her will be too much which is why we are rehoming her. Other than the separation anxiety issues she’s a wonderful cat!”
If you have a Ragdoll cat that is in need of adoption or know of one that does, we are more than happy to feature she or he on Floppycats.com (FREE). Please don’t hesitate to contact us with all the details.