Xena is the purr-fect name for this little warrior princess. She is a typical Siamese princess; loving when she wants to be or independent when the mood strikes. Purrs from her are earned but they are well worth the price. She knows she’s gorgeous and she flaunts it. Xena expects people to ooh and aah over her as they stroke or brush her. She is very tolerant around other cats as long as they respect her. She does not mind well behaved dogs and just views them as a pesky nuisance. The warrior side of Xena shows up when she is being restrained for something she wants nothing to do with. Vet visits are right up there at the top of the list! Once all the fuss is done she is very forgiving and back to her royal self. Xena prefers to stand on her own 4 feet instead of being hauled about like a sack of potatoes. Most cats would agree with that. Xena does have a seizure disorder that is kept in check with an inexpensive, daily medication. It is administered transdemaly on the inside of her ear. She tolerates it just fine. If you like the independent personality of the Siamese and their loyalty to their people Xena may be the cat for you. Xena is a very quiet Siamese. She has patiently waited for a home of her own since Oct. 2015. Please come by and meet her. You’ll be glad you did. She is in attendance every weekend at Angel’s Wish Verona location.
Xena is estimated to be about 5+ years old.
All cats are up-to-date on vaccinations, dewormed, spayed or neutered, tested for FeLV/FIV, and microchipped.
INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE? Please email SueL@angelswish.org.
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