Voluptuous Nin was approximately four years old when she found herself admitted to Devore Shelter in February of 2018. She had previously been spayed so we know she did belong to someone at some point in time. We rescued her initially for one of our rescue partner rescue groups. However, later that same year, the rescue group made the decision to close it’s doors so Nin was taken into the Kitty Devore Rescue foster care program to ensure she remained safe and well cared for.
Nin, in Japanese, means endurance, forbearance, patience and self-restraint. Ahem… well, it’s pretty clear Nin hasn’t been missing any meals so forbearance and self-restraint… are qualities she aspires to acquire. But she did endure the shelter experience and she is patiently awaiting her new forever person or family to find her and welcome her home. Personality-wise, Nin is extremely mellow and genuinely enjoys her leisure time… which is pretty much all the time. She’s very friendly and loves human attention and affection. If you’re on the couch being a potato, she’ll happily lay on the couch next to you and be a smaller potato.
Nin has been adopted!