Meet Cinnamin, Blue Ribbon News Pet of the Week

ROCKWALL, TX (June 13, 2022) Are you looking for a loving and devoted companion? Then meet Cinnamin! This sweet girl is a chatty, happy, lap-lovin’, cuddle kitty who wants nothing more than to be someone’s best friend! And she has the MOST BEAUTIFUL green eyes!

Cinnamin is looking for a very special home. She was surrendered at a shelter due to severe allergies that were affecting her overall health and leaving her with uncomfortable skin lesions. Since being with Rockwall Pets, she has been seen by a dermatologist, allergy-tested, put on immunotherapy medicine, and we’re happy to report, her symptoms are now successfully under control. She will likely need to stay on this medicine for life.

She also has certain food and treat restrictions and needs to be kept indoors because she is allergic to some grasses. Thanks to an understanding of her allergies, Cinnamin is now healthy and looking for her forever home!

She is a very affectionate and loving kitty who likes nothing more than to curl up with her person on the sofa or lay beside them while they work from home. She is not interested in making friends with other animals, but she can happily and peacefully coexist with them.

She is current on her vaccines, microchipped, FeLV/FIV negative, and spayed. For more info or to arrange a meeting, please contact Rockwall Pets at info@rockwallpets.com!

Submitted by Shari Thompson.

Our Blue Ribbon News Pet of the Week is proudly sponsored by Erin Neill, Agent, Hanby Insurance. Connect with her at 972-771-4110 or email .





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