Back at it again, sweet senior kitty Rouge still hasn’t been adopted! We are determined to find this adventurous, outgoing kitty the loving home she needs and deserves. She’s 11-years-old but still has the purrrrsonality of a younger gal. She would probably be ok with dogs and kids (but we do not know her history with them) because she is so outgoing, but she doesn’t like other cats (at all). She is FIV+ so she will need to be the queen of the house as the only kitty. She is great in the car, she’s super soft, and she’ll be your best, most loyal friend in an instant.
Like and share! Meet Rouge, she’s an 11 year old domestic shorthair mix. Rouge does have FIV, and she’s kind of a diva. So she would do best as the only cat in the home. If you or someone you know has room in the family for one more. Call the SPCA of Northern Nevada at 775-324-7773 or click the link here: https://spcanevada.org/programs/adoptable-animals/pet-of-the-week/
Posted by Rudy Palominos on Tuesday, November 13, 2018
If you’re looking for a partner in this crazy thing we call life, look no further. Come adopt Rouge or tell your friends and family about her! Plus, this Friday and Saturday, you can adopt any of our pets for free! We are waiving adoption fees (and opening early at 10 am both days) to help homeless pets get home for the holidays with Maddie’s Pet Project in Nevada! For more info, click here.
Please come meet Rouge today – we are open 7 days a week from 11 am to 6:30 pm and are located at 4950 Spectrum Blvd in Reno. You can call us at 775-324-7773.
If Rouge or any of our pets, may be the right pet for you, come meet them!
For more information on any of our adoptable animals, please come to the Adoption Center at 4950 Spectrum Blvd in Reno or call 775-324-7773. Our friendly staff would be happy to tell you more about any of the rescued pets we have available here at the SPCA.
Thank you for supporting the SPCA. When you help us spread the word about homeless pets, when you volunteer your time, and when you donate in order to help give these pets a second chance, you save lives.