Neil Diamond may not have had a feline in mind when he penned his first hit song in 1966, but we’re sure if he met our little Cherry, he’d agree that “the girl’s outta sight.” This playful 4-month-old orange-and-gray tabby loves to run, climb, chase, and pounce. But once she’s tired herself out, she also enjoys a good cuddle. Cherry was relinquished to the Washington Animal Rescue League with another kitten because her owner had too many cats to care for. Now she’s ready for a new home where she can move and groove to her heart’s content.
Here's me and my rescued Sheltie, Bear...
And if you too are involved in animal rescue, please send me your group's info and I'll gladly link to your site!
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NVSR Director Martha Heisel:
Loyal Listener Dawn volunteers with Virginia Greyhound Adoption to help bring retired racers from Orlando to Northern Virginia. www.virginiagreyhounds.org