Hi, I'm RaRa!

I'm an adult spayed female black Domestic Short Hair.

I'm a sweet and loving girl who was physically abused in the past. Because of this trauma, I need time to get to know you before I feel comfortable. I definitely have a preference for men, but I could live with a woman who is kind to me. I'm currently in a foster home and I like my foster mom a lot, but when I hear my foster dad come home I go and wait at the door to meet him. :)  I like to be petted but will shy away if you reach for me from above (probably because of the abuse in my past.) I like to sleep in bed with my foster parents and I enjoy playing with cat toys but I can be possessive and protective of my things, especially with people I don't know. I'm looking for a compassionate adopter who understands that I won't "instantly" feel secure in my new home. Give me time to settle in and treat me gently, and you'll see that I'm very affectionate with people I love. If you're a special person who can provide a loving home for a survivor of abuse, you could be just who I need!

RaRa is best suited for a cat-savvy adopter in quiet adults-only home.

I'm currently staying in a foster home. Please contact the shelter if you'd like to meet me!

My adoption fee is $80.00.
I have been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and I've received routine treatment for internal and external parasites. I have tested negative for Feline Leukemia and been tested for FIV.

Adopt Me!

If you are interested in adopting me, the first step is to submit an adoption application. You can download an application from the links below, attach the completed application to an email, and send it to the Humane Society of Jefferson County at shelter@hsjc-wis.com. Once the application is received, the approval process will take approximately 1-3 business days and you will be contacted as soon as it is completed. Please contact the shelter at 920-674-2048 with any questions.

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