Ragdoll Cat Adoption: Sasha Blue – Ragdoll Rescue

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Ragdoll RescueSasha Blue lost her home and owner last summer when her person had to go into an assisted living home. She was then boarded at her vet’s office for 5 months while they tried to find a home for her. Sasha was heartbroken and upset and doesn’t show well in a cage. No one would give her a chance and take her home.
Finally House of Mews cat rescue claimed her from the vet’s office to try and find her a home, but it was the same story of her being in a cage and hissing at everyone due to fear.
I adopted her from the House of Mews in early Feb 2011. She was sick and scared when I brought her home. At my house she was almost immediately a different cat. She would flop and roll around showing her her belly. She was very playful and especially loves "da bird." She loves fancy feast and is not a Ragdoll Rescuepicky eater. I got her well after 3 weeks of antibiotics, but unfortunately she doesn’t get a happy ending yet. She was too dominant and aggressive for my other cat. After 5 weeks I had to return her to House of Mews. I was completely heartbroken and knew that she must feel scared and betrayed all over again.
She is not going to do well in an animal sanctuary environment. She desperately needs someone to give her a chance as an only cat. She would not be good with young children either. I would help with transport if a great, only cat home could be found for her. She has lots of love to give and is very healthy. She has years left to live. Please don’t let them all be in a cage!

Age: 9-10 yrs
Sex: Spayed female
Fee: $50
Location: Memphis, TN – The House of Mews
Email: j.thorsen@juiceplus.com
Phone: 901-230-6119

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