Static the Extraverted Kitty
Static is a beautiful, people-loving orange kitty who is currently a guest at Rude Ranch Animal Rescue in Harwood, Maryland.
The wonderful founders of RRAR kindly shared his story with me. He was born in 2005 and placed in Rude Ranch's loving care by a Delaware animal control agency. Quickly adopted, he has since found himself homeless through no fault of his own (once because his adoptive people decided they could no longer afford to keep him and a second time when major changes in his new people's life -- including addition of children to the household -- created so much stress the poor kitty started spraying. Static is the sweetest cat and just wants to be loved (and to love you)! In spite of losing his home twice, he has not lost his faith in humans. He continues to love people and is always one of the first to greet me when I visit. The team, volunteers, and visitors to Rude Ranch all love him, but what we want most for him is his very own family.
Other cats and children seem to stress him, but since he has been given a room by himself, he is doing so well. He will do best in an adult home where he can tell you all about his day and ask all about yours, receive lots of pets, nap in sunny spots and enjoy a treat or two. Occasional water pooling in the sink as the faucet runs slowly would also be appreciated -- see Exhibit B, below.
A person of his own or a couple who'd have plenty of time and attention for this sweetie would be the purrfect pet parents. Are you the one to give Static the warm and loving home he so deserves? Come meet him at Rude Ranch (RudeRanch.org). You'll know him by the excited meow greeting you'll hear before you even see him! ♥
Static on top of the cat tree.
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