My name is Tavi!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Kansas City, Missouri - Tavi
Photo 1 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Kansas City, Missouri - Tavi
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Newborn Rescue

Facts about Tavi

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 2015783
  • Hair: Short
Tavi, a male, Siamese and Orange Tabby Domestic Shorthair, he will be 2 year old on 11-11-2015, he is a special needs cat and needs a special loving home; you see he is a very anxious cat and everything here at the rescue upsets him.
Tavi is a beautiful cat, he is tall, and all sleek muscle with a very triangle shaped head, very agile with the Siamese athletic build. His coat is very short, satiny smooth, tight to the body with the distinctive marking and colors of the orange Tabby. He has been with us since he was 4 weeks old.
Tavi is not a talker like most Siamese, he is very introverted and needs a home with another cat that will be a big brother or mom to him, he is constantly with our main male cat sleeping or laying with him except when he is playing with the other kittens, wow can this boy run and jump, what an athlete.
We have tried everything the doctors have advised but they now think it’s too busy here and not a good place for him to calm down and find his inner peace, OK he is a little high strung and runs from noise and people, and barking dogs.
Are you that special family who understands his problem?

Tavi is in wonderful health; he has been to see the vet and is up to date on all his vaccinations; he was born about 11-11-2013. He tested negative for feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV), no ear mites, fleas or worms. Tavi is neutered. Tavi is not declawed but is trained to use a scratching post. Tavi needs to find a home with people who understand him and maybe other household cats for companionship. No small children he is terrified of them. The adoption fee is $25 but that could be waived for the right family. This cat is an inside cat but he might do well as a barn cat as he loves to hunt.

About Newborn Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Since 1999 our mission has been to place every animal we have available for adoption in the most safe, secure and loving homes possible. The animal’s best interest is our top priority.

We only take in kittens with no mothers, 3 weeks and younger most of the time it's a lot younger. The ones who need care 24/7, our survival rate is 99%. The kittens goes up for adoption at about 10 weeks old, so space in limited and most of the time our incubators are full.

Our kittens are hand raised bottle feed babies who are then raised in a foster home where they learn how to use a litter pan, how to eat can and dry cat food and good house manners, to use a scratching post and cat tree, play with other cats and kittens, be nice to dogs and how to cuddle with people, we raise wonderful kittens. To date we have adopted out over 800 animals all over the mid west since we opened 17 years ago.

Pet ownership is a serious and long-term responsibility. The policy of this rescue is to insure that each person or family who adopts a pet is aware of this responsibility and is capable of accepting it for the interest and well being of the pet and all concerned and we want the very best home we can find for each of our kittens too.

Newborn Rescue

If you have or want a single kitten, we recommend adopting a friend for him or her. Kittens are so playful and energetic–imagine those long hours they have to wait for you to get home with nothing to do! A friend gives them someone to cuddle with and play with when you have to be at work or school.

People wonder why we want to adopt out our kittens in pairs, and we tell them that single kittens tend to be more destructive and have more behavior issues as they grow up–biting is one of them. This is commonly referred to as “Single Kitten Syndrome.” Kittens need to learn appropriate behavior from each other–like when to stop with the scratching and biting. When they don’t have another kitty to chew on and wrestle with, kittens tend to use their pent-up energy on anything that moves–often times their people’s hands and feet! They just don’t know when enough is enough. Humans are great for giving love and attention to cats, but they just can’t replicate kitten play.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our animals are in foster homes as we have no main show room or building. Get an application by email, fill it out, be approved then we invite you to visit out foster homes.

Our Adoption Process...

An application must be requested by email, filled out and sent back. A contract will signed at the time you adopt, and if the pet is too young a spay/neuter contract is required. Please be patient as this may take a day or two. After you are approved a day and time is set for you to come to the foster home and meet the kittens.