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Ruthie (Senior)   

In shelter Cat

Fort Worth, TX, 76102
Pet name:
Ruthie (Senior)
Meet Ruthie a 13 year old Siamese sweetie. Ruthie and her sister Sallys mom died and dad had to move to an assisted living facility. These girls were loved and cared for but now are in need of forever homes to live out their golden years. Ruthie is the quiet one. She enjoys snuggling in boxes and taking long naps. She just wants to be near you and get head scratches. Shes not a fan of the tummy rubs, but loves head pets. Shes very sweet and a wonderful companion. Ruthie is a picky eater. The only thing that is on her menu of choice is TUNA flavored wet food - she prefers the shredds, if she must eat the pate she will - but doesnt like chunky! She is no trouble at all and is a beautiful girl. Ruthie would prefer to be an only pet or with her sister Sally (also a total sweetheart). She prefers a quiet, calm home. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and litter box trained. You must submit an application to be considered for adoption. We cannot reply to all inquiries, but respond to all no obligation applications. Fill out an application at It doesnt obligate you, but it is the first step. Fee is $150


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