Black with Neon Daisy like Flowers (Pattern will vary) Ruby Jean may have had a rough start but now she rules the roost! Even though she was teeny, tiny and homeless...she found the right family to give her BIG love! To read about Ruby Jean's rescue see the "Meet Ruby Jean" section below.
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From Ruby Jean's Momma:
I found Ruby Jean, and her siblings, June 2010. I went outside to my car, and this teeny, tiny little calico kitten stumbled out from under it, shaking its tail and walked towards me. I wasn't expecting a kitten to come out from under it! I pet her and left to run my errands. I came home, and she was still wandering around the driveway, this time, she was being bullied by 3 other kittens (who I also adopted), and a large, orange Momma cat. This large orange cat we called Pumpkin, and she was one of the stray farm cats that came through our yard from the alpaca farm nearby. Ruby Jean was being bitten and scratched by big orange momma cat, as well as the other kittens. She was looking a little thin and, was obviously helpless, so I shooed everyone away from her and brought her in. Over the coming weeks, RJ got a clean bill of health and, when she was older, was off to be spayed. I planned on adopting her out, but we had an immediate bond. Ruby Jean seemed to know what it was like being❤️an outsider, so I couldn't let her go. Now, she rules the roost.