She was pretty sick as a kitten when we trapped her, so she is a little headshy from all the meds we had to "come at her" with. Her light eyes can tear a little bit when the weather changes, I've noticed. I clean them up with coconut oil and we're good to go. The minute I come home, she runs to my bedroom and leaps for my bed where we sit and say hello for about 20 minutes. She loves her little furry red ball. She warms my left leg nightly and any time I have a moment to watch some Netflix! She's really come a LONG way and really wants to be someone's best friend! Pinky is learning how to talk and ask for what she wants as well. She just figured out water comes out of my bathroom faucet! She and Rabbit love to play in it while I'm getting ready in the morning. If I had a bathtub, I'd bet money I might have a visitor when I was bathing!
Pinky is going to need someone who is patient with her and let's her come around once we change her environment. She is great with other foster kittens. She still needs a little work on running errands in her carrier, but that won't be hard. She was crate trained when she arrived, it's the car ride that gets her a little out of sorts. She will be a super love with whomever is lucky enough to adopt her. I will definitely miss her when she goes to her new forever home!!
Color/Breed: Unique Snowshoe Siamese with Blue Eyes
Born: July 2015 (Approx)
Shots Up To Date: 3-Way, Rabies
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Snowshoe Siamese: A Little History - Snowshoes are generally affectionate, sweet-tempered, and mellow. They enjoy the company of humans and being given attention, and are compatible with children and other pets. Snowshoes are very social and docile, and show great devotion and love towards their owners. Consequently, the breed dislike being left alone for long periods of time and are able to cope with working hours more if they have another cat companion. Snowshoes may express themselves and their complaints vocally, though their meows are not as loud as the Siamese. The cats are also noted as being intelligent; they can learn to open various types of doors, and can be taught tricks, especially fetch. Snowshoes also enjoy water, particularly running water, and may on occasion swim. Though very active, they are not restless or easily agitated, and they have a fondness for perching in high places.
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