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January 12, 2016

Tuxie Tuesday - Opt to Adopt Rikki

 
You never know when your luck will change. Take adorable and adoptable Rikki, for instance. She was born on the streets of Norwalk, Connecticut to a feral mom. Rikki, her mom and her siblings were captured as part of a Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) effort. Since they were all extremely feral, the plan was to return them to their colony after their checkups, vaccinations, and spays. Things went exactly as planned for Rikki's mom and siblings. But fate stepped in when Rikki got a serious infection after her surgery. And believe it or not, that's when her luck changed for the better.

Let's just say that the time she spent recovering with the veterinary staff and her foster mom convinced Rikki that people are pretty cool. Foster Mom says this 6-month old cutie LOVES snuggling and belly rubs, playing with string toys and just chilling. She is also a great purrer, loves being held, and gives great kisses and head butts. Rikki is completely recovered from being sick, and is ready to find her happily ever after. She's spayed, micro-chipped, current on her vaccinations, and has tested negative for FIV and FeLV. Now all she needs is a forever family to love. Is it yours?

To read Rikki's full story, in her own words, click HERE.

If you're interested in adopting Rikki, please send an email to ilona@pawsct.org.
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34 comments:

  1. Rikki is a very fortunate kitty - I hope she finds a permanent home very soon!

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  2. I help Rikki tweet, how about that ?
    =^x< =

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  3. I wish her a lot of look to find a nice family !

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  4. wishing you a very Happy New Year from the UK. So delighted about that stroke of luck for sweet Rikki, paws crossed for that forever home soon! Love Helen, Darcy, Bingly and Fred xxxxx

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  5. Adorable Rikki, I'm so glad things turned out this way for you! You deserve a happy furever home, and we're purring and praying that you find it sooner than soon. Purrs!

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  6. Oh Rikki, we sure are glad you got over your infection and will find a nice home and we hope that happens soon for you. It is wonderful how things work out sometimes.Good luck to you.

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  7. what a sweetie... who ever thought getting sick would be good?

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  8. We sure hope somebuddy takes Rikki home soon.

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  9. That's a great story - I hope life continues getting better and better for Ricky. We have amazing caring people doing TNR work in Norwalk. We are grateful that we got Rufus the Red through them!
    xxoo
    Maggie

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  10. I just love the picture of Rikki and hope that soon will be at the heart of a loving family.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  11. just shared this cutie patootey!!!! Hope it helps! xoxo
    catchatwithcarenandcody

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  12. Awww Rikki! You are such a cutie! I'm sorry you had infection after surgery, but I'm glad that gave you a chance to know humans are good! Now all you need is a loving forever home...I hope you will find it very soon!

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  13. She sure is cute, and she sounds like a sweetie! I love to give tummy rubs, but Carmine and Milita don't like them, so I don't get to rub many tummies.

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  14. She's bootyful. Weez sharin' and purrayin'.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  15. Oh such a sweet and lucky little girl. We sure hope her new forever home steps forward quick like!

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  16. What a lucky girl and so cute, too! Shared.

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  17. rikki.....we R sendin de best oh fishes ...trout, flounder & mackerull, two ewe, that ya findz.... & iz IN yur for eversz bye de 23rd ...and yur part oh de furst grad ewe way shunz class oh 2016 ..... ♥♥♥

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  18. You are so cute.

    We are back,
    Emma and Buster

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  19. Love Rikki's expression! Looks like zoomies are next. :)

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  20. Rikki is adorable. I hope she gets a forever home soon. Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog about the loss of Stinky.

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  21. We love Rikki's story...not that she got sick but that she had the time to learn about life in a family. We hope she quickly finds one to call her own.

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  22. I love these kinds of stories of feral turning around. My, lots of tuxies in the blog hop but our tuxie found a home!

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  23. Oh little Rikki...oh what a beautiful lady cat you are and that nosey! Like the palest of pinks.

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  24. Sometimes things do turn out for the best!!! Best of luck to Rikki xxx

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  25. All my teammates at www.paperwriting.xyz agree that Rikki is such a cutie. We do all hope much she'll soon find her family. She's wort of living with a good loving family. Best wishes!

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  26. Rikki is so pretty. She would make a family very happy.

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  27. Rikki is such a cutie - anyone would be lucky to have her as part of the family!

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  28. What a heartfelt story! We hope Rikki is adopted soon! Purrs from Deb and the Zee/Zoey kitties

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  29. What a sweet cat! Hope someone adopts Rikki soon!

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  30. oh Rikki, we're crossing our paws for your forever family to come VERY soon!

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  31. Rikki your luck did change! Those gorgeous eyes of your are incredible! Your next adventure will be a furrever home for sure!

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