Long-limbed and delicate, Reigna can look more like a startled gazelle than a cat. Looking at her from across the room, you might be excused for thinking, “another shy cat”. But in this you would be mistaken. Because Reigna is actually not shy at all. Instead, Reigna is a friendly, outgoing girl who adores people, playtime, and petting (and in pretty much that order)!
Reigna came to Protectors of Animals as a pregnant one year old! Her people loved her but could not care for all of their cats. They surrendered her to us so that she and her kittens could have a better life. (Spay and neuter your pets, folks. These goodbyes are hard to watch and no doubt excruciating to make!) Reigna was whisked off to a foster home, where this tiny girl soon gave birth to SIX kittens! After being a loving mom to her babies, Reigna was spayed and came into the shelter. She is happy with us, because she is an easy, happy cat, but Reigna is ready to go to her forever home.
And we think Reigna will fit easily into a lot of homes (and arms) because Reigna is simply wonderful. She is affectionate. She asks for pets. She gives kisses. She will follow you around if you have a toy she likes. She will sit up like a prairie dog and bat at a toy. We could go on, but you get the idea… we love her.
Reigna is a shelter favorite already and her foster family adored her. Reigna has also been fine with the respectful cats she has met at the shelter and has lived with cats in the past. So she would be fine as your one and only or with another easygoing cat.
We know that some people may be put off by the fact that Reigna has one cloudy eye. We have had Reigna seen by an eye specialist. This is largely something she was born with, needs no treatment, and causes her no discomfort. She does still have vision, even in that eye. It doesn’t slow her down or make her sad. Since she can see past it (pun absolutely intended), we know that the right adopters will too.
To find out more or to make a special appointment to meet them, please fill out the application at www.poainc.org and send an e-mail to POAplacement@gmail.com. The first approved application that is a good match will be given an appointment but they will remain on the website and Facebook until they are adopted. The Placement Team Volunteers at email@example.com will have the most up to date information about appointments.
Adoptions are now done by appointment only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and an appointment.