Bob-tailed Tabby



Hello, future forever family!  My name is Rainey, and I am a bob-tailed tabby kitten!  I look a little bit timid in my photos, but if you were to come and visit me, I think you would find me to be very sociable and affectionate.  I was found under a dumpster when I was just a month old.  Imagine a bob-tailed tabby kitten like me living so near to a trash-can, like Oscar the Grouch!  Luckily, I had my brothers and sisters, Finn, Callie, Jake, and Sunny, to cuddle and keep me warm.  Maybe you’d like to adopt one of them along with me?  They are my very best friends.

I heard it was traditional to leave out some cookies and milk for Santa.  I like that idea.  Perhaps you’d consider leaving out some cat-treats and milk for me, too?  Milk reminds me of the days when I was an even tinier kitten than I am now, and I was bottle-fed by humans.  Since humans were so kind to me, I am always very affectionate towards their whole breed.  Lately, I have been serenading them with holiday songs like “Feline Navidad,” “Santa Claws is Coming to Town,” and “Rainy the Bob-Tailed Kitten.”  I think I have a very lovely voice.  If you were to take me home with you, I would serenade you, too.  Plus, you could tell everyone that you have your very own Rain-dear!


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Rainey will be great in any type of home including with older children and small dogs. She has no special needs and will make a very special addition to the family.

Like all SNAP pets, Rainey is spayed, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.

If you are interested in finding out more about Rainey, fostering or adoption, please email us at You can also apply for adoption online.

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First posted December 15, 2014.




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