Diesel had been attacked by a predator and survived. Unfortunately, he had to have hernia surgery for 3 tears in his left side and his left eye removed due to the injury. We've marked him "Special Needs" but he's really not. He doesn't take any extra vet visits or feeding schedules...he's perfect as he is. However, due to the eye and hernia repair, we've had to mark him as such.
Don't let that fool you though!! You would never know it! He loves to run and jump onto your lap! He loves to run in front of you and sprawl out on the floor upside down. He is full of love, is quick as anything with cat toys and he clamors for attention!! He is a Flamepoint Siamese and we really want to see him with a loving family where he can flourish. We would love to find him a home ASAP so he can bond with you!
* Color/Breed: Flamepoint Siamese (White with Flame points) & 1 beautiful Blue Eye
* Born: August 2015 (approx)
* Litterbox Trained
* FELV/FIV Negative
* Shots Up To Date
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The Colorpoint Siamese Personality: The Colorpoint Shorthair Siamese is a highly intelligent, playful, and people-friendly breed. They are extremely affectionate and outgoing and enjoy lounging around and playing with people, causing them to also be described as "extroverts". They can be extremely vocal and attention-demanding, feeling a need for human companionship. They have over 100 vocal sounds, much more than regular cats, making very unusual meows
The TNR Project is a volunteer operated group who practice TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) in the San Gabriel Valley. Each person who traps is independent and they are using their own money, time and gas to save the homeless cats & kittens in our local communities.
The TNR Project is always adding volunteers who want to learn to TNR in their neighborhoods and help others control the feral, stray & homeless cat populations. TNR has been proven to be the ONLY effective method to controlling the ever-mounting cat populations. We have saved 1000+ lives in 2015 alone!
If you would like more information on TNR or learn how you can help your community, please visit: www.thetnrproject.org and fill out a contact us form. Save a stray, save a life! Thank you for rescuing!!
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