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In shelter Cat

Sacramento, CA, 95832
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Mimi is one of eight kittens born 2 days after her feral mom (Kaila) was rescued from a local shopping center.

Mimi is a soft and cuddly little lover girl with the cutest little face. She is adventurous and curious. She is a bit shy with new people but after a little time she warms up to new people. 

She loves to play, run and jump with her siblings and can hold her own with her brothers but once she is pooped out from playing she’ll snuggle up with them for a little nap. She loves being with you and is happy just sitting on your lap or snuggling up with you while giving you lots of love. She likes being the center of attention. She especially loves having you give her head and face rubs and will purr non-stop. 

Mimi must be adopted with one of her littermates to the same forever home.

Mimi 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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