ARRR Rescue and Retirement Ranch
is a large animal sanctuary and cat rescue serving Williston, North Dakota and surrounding areas.
I'd like to tell you about ARRR Rescue and Retirement Ranch's Cat of the Week - Marshmallow!
Marshmallow made her journey from the city pound to ARRR in September of 2021 as a tiny tabby kitten. Initially, her disposition was incredibly calm, soft, and tender, which inspired her name.
However, it wasn't long before they realized that she might have been a bit too tranquil for a kitten. It turned out that Marshmallow had experienced a common kittenhood illness. Once she recovered, a completely new side of her personality emerged—she transformed into an energetic and playful kitten!
Fast forward to today, Marshmallow strikes a harmonious balance between playfulness and cuddles. She gets along well with most other cats, seems to be compatible with dogs, and is kid-friendly too. Little Miss Marshmallow has the potential to bring some extra sweetness into your life!
If you have room in your home and in your heart for Marshmallow, please email ARRR email@example.com. You can meet Marshmallow at the Animal Rescue and Retirement Ranch in Williston.
Would you like to help the cats in another way? There's a donation box set up at Tractor Supply in Williston for ARRR. If you want to purchase cat food & supplies just place them in the box near the cash registers/entry of the store.
Marshmallow: ARRR Cat of the Week for October 4, 2023
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