Cat of the Week: Redford II
We don't know how anyone could be so heartless to leave a family pet behind and move away but this is exactly what happened to Redford.
He was found with a microchip so the owners were notified and never came for him. We were told they moved away and we're not interested in taking him along.
At seven years old, this big snuggle bug is 16 pounds of pure love. When you talk to him and pet him he starts making bread with his paws and melts your heart with his trusting eyes. You can carry him around on his back like a baby.
Animals are amazing they can continue to trust even though they have been betrayed He loves to snuggle and gets along well with other cats. He might be a little shy at first when he is in new surroundings but wouldn't you be too?
If Redford II sounds like a wonderful companion for you,
please complete an application and click here!
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Bradshaw Shelter in Sacramento.
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Our mission is to provide support and resources to the Bradshaw Animal Shelter by reaching a broader community rescuing, rehabilitating, fostering, showcasing, and adopting shelter cats at off-site venues.
How We Do It
Fundraising, website, social media, volunteers, and community outreach allows us to provide extended care and time to shelter cats who are at risk of euthanasia. Matching pets with people through a thorough screening process and our lifetime guarantee for the cats and their humans is a promise we make to our adopters and our cats.