Sorbet Domestic Shorthair Young Female for sale in Franklin, Tennessee


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**Adoption Application Required**RARErescue.ORGIn order to begin finding the right adoptable for you, we ask that you please go to our website ( to read our ADOPTION PROCESS page under the "Adopt" section and then complete the CAT APPLICATIONWe understand that it important to you to find the right fit for your family. We feel the same way! The application is important and necessary for this reason.RARErescue.ORGAll of our Adoptables are:*Spayed/neutered*Up to date on vaccines*Kept on flea prevention*De-wormed*FELV/FIV tested*Microchipped prior to adoptionPlease read our Adoption Process (includes a 30 day trial period) on our website Basic Information about Sorbet:Suggested breed(s): Domestic ShorthairGender: FemaleApprox. Age: 1.5 - 2 yearsApprox. Weight: 7 lbsCoat type: Short; CalicoGood around most other cats: YesGood around most dogs: YesEnergy level: MediumPersonality: Extra loving to people and dogs (especially calm dogs), playful with other cats**Read more about Sorbet:**Sorbet is a BEAUTIFUL cat with mint green eyes. She had been with us for a year and always remained quite shy. That was until she went into her current foster home where she blossomed and became a extrovert of a kitty and started loving on everyone! She nuzzles into the head of the dog in her foster home and loves to play with their cat as well. Sorbet is a petite kitty between 1 1/2 and 2 years old. She is such a wonderful girl! She's ready for her furever home! Be a Hero in Sorbets story....Adoption Fee: $75.00Visit our website/Click on Adopt to APPLY today!All of our Adoptables are:*Spayed/neutered*Up to date on vaccines*Kept on flea prevention*De-wormed*FELV/FIV tested*Microchipped prior to adoptionPLEASE NOTE: We are a non-profit organization without municipal or government funding. Veterinary/Medical expenses are constant for an animal rescue. Our adoption fees not only help to provide vetting and care for the animal being adopted, but they also help to cover heartworm treatments and other treatable ailments that many animals, that would otherwise be euthanized, need in order to be made available for adoption.Please understand that adopting an animal is a LIFETIME COMMITMENT to that animal and there will be veterinary expenses throughout their life that can often cost several hundreds, if not thousands of dollars (without pet insurance), especially without annual checkups and preventative care. As a potential family for this pet you are responsible for their safety and that includes keeping them on your property.***If you are not in the middle Tennessee area, transport can potentially be arranged to approved homes, depending on distance and local adoptability. We normally do not allow adoptions outside of 2 hours driving distance.Thank you for choosing to adopt, foster, or aid in the rescue efforts of RARE!

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