Ruby playing during the photo shoot.
Ruby came to the Rancho Cucamonga, Calif chapter of CIN as an owner relinquish in the fall of 2012. She was originally adopted out as a kitten from another rescue, but it no longer exists. CIN-RC stepped in to take her to keep her from going to an impersonal shelter where she would have likely been put to sleep. She’s a lovely girl!
She’s a gorgeous large kitty in her middle years now, approximately 6 years old. She still likes to play, & enjoys being the center of attention. What she doesn’t like is adoption events. She isn’t happy being cooped up behind bars with people poking at her. She misses being in her own home surrounded by familiar objects & people. She is easy going for the most part, & it makes us sad to see her unhappy. If you know anyone looking for a mature girl, please keep Ruby in mind. She’s well behaved, but depressed. She’s the type that would love to be able to sit in a window & watch the world go by while sunning herself. She also needs a home without dogs as they bother her. She would enjoy spending the rest of her days in a permanent home, enjoying the simple pleasures that cats like…sun, love, good food, & good company. If you know the “purrfect” home for this girl, please contact us. She is at the Rancho Cucamonga PetSmart every weekend for visiting. Adoption hours are below. If you have any questions, please contact Jean: 909-525-7983.
Ruby is spayed, been tested for Leukemia and Aids, given shots, de-wormed, de-flead and micro chipped prior to adoption. Please contact Jean with questions at 909-525-7983. Adoption hours are Saturday & Sunday 12 – 5 PM at the Rancho Cucamonga PetSmart in Calif.
“My boyfriend Scott and I adopted Katie (now Luna) from Cats in Need, Fullerton about a month ago and I just wanted to let you know that she’s doing wonderfully! She and our bunnies are coexisting, though our Lionhead bunny Dusty is very territorial and will chase her away if she gets too close to his pen or the box he likes to sleep in. Our Mini Lop Phoebe lets Luna sniff her and sometimes hops over on her own to check her out.
I think since Luna is growing up with them, they’ll continue to coexist and maybe eventually become great friends once the bunnies learn to trust her. The funny part is that she has no intention of trying to hurt them. Sometimes she gets a little too crazy and playful and it upsets the bunnies, but she has no predatory drive towards them. If anything the bunnies pick on her more than she picks on them, when Dusty charges at her to get her out of his territory.
Luna has her own territory which is basically the other half of the apartment and the bedroom. She’s so sweet and cuddly and will lay on top of us at night. Sometimes she likes me to carry her around on my shoulder like a little parrot. We play with her almost constantly and she’s so fun to watch, flying through the air or even playing fetch with her favorite ball. She literally bounces off all the walls and furniture when she gets excited!
And as I write this, she’s sitting on my lap being very cuddly. I just wanted to let you know that Luna is very happy and extremely loved.”
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