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Momma Pot-Roast   

In shelter Cat

Sacramento, CA, 95832
Pet name:
Momma Pot-Roast
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Hi I am Momma Potroast!
I gave birth to 6 crazy monsters and I while I take care of each and every one of them, I am ready for them to go off to college! I am better suited in a home with no other cats. I am fearful of dogs and would prefer they stay away. 
I love snuggles and playing with string toys
I absolutely LOVE water, and I will even sit in the shower with you if you let me. I am currently free fed, and would prefer to stay that way til I gain my pre-baby curves back. I love freeze dried nimmows and treats too. 
I am super treat motivated and I do well with little kids. I really like chewing on their shoes too! 
My favorite hobby is scratching on scratch post toys and talking to anyone who will listen to my stories. 

PotRoast will be available for adoption after her spay surgery coming up at the end of August. 
Applications are being accepted now for her at, filing out an application is the first step in our adoption process.  Our email is also for any questions on her. 

All cats adopted under A Place Fur Rescue come vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed (females) or neutered (males). 

Thank you for considering rescuing a life!
A Place Fur Rescue


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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