This is a bit of news from two animal shelters in Los Angeles, USA. They both have a rescue cat that is particularly attractive. They are both featured in the Los Angeles Daily News.
At the West Valley Animal Shelter, 20655 Plummer Street, Chatsworth, there is beautiful female feline whose name is Beauty. She is 2 years old and she is looking for a new home.
Apparently, she may be shy at first. She may be a little timid, actually, but that is not a bad thing because it means she will worry her human caretaker less because she will be less adventurous if she is allowed out. She is spayed.
For me, an interesting aspect of this beautiful rescue cat is her coat. It appears to be a very special example of a calico coat because if you look at the coat carefully you can see orange over grey and of course some white on the chest and chin. It is the orange colour over the grey background which interests me.
If the coat is not a calico, which as you know is tortoiseshell and white, then it might be an example of a bimetallic cat. This refers to a unique coat coloration. Bimetallic cats have golden patches over their coat. The term originally applied to Siberian bimetallic cats.
If she is bimetallic then you have a very rare cat if you wish to adopt her, so hurry along!
At the East Valley Animal Shelter, 14409 Vanowen Street, Van Nuys, LA, there is (or was!) a sweet looking kitten whose name is Gia. She is described as a Ragdoll kitten. The Ragdoll cat is a very popular pedigree cat. They are meant to have beautiful temperaments and of course they look superb. The Ragdoll is a pointed cat with deep luxurious, long fur and exquisite blue eyes.
Gia has excellent manners and likes to play. Nobody, anywhere could do better than providing a home to this beautiful kitten. It had better be a good home and a loving home because she deserves it as do all rescue cats.