Barbie was one of those rescued! She is a beautiful Lilac-point Siamese girl with bright, clear Blue Eyes. Barbie is a little bit shy but warms up quickly once you play with her or turn on your heated throw! She's a goof when she plays too....a little cross-eyed and a silly girl!
Scratches behind the ears
Playtime!!! (she is obsessed)
Playing with her jingle ball, Da Bird toy, wine corks and kickeroo.
Sitting up high on her scratching post to see what else is happening in the house
We feel Barbie would be better suited to a home with no dogs or children at this time so she can bond with you! On the streets, cats & kittens have to deal with predators constantly. In Barbie's case, she had to run from coyotes nightly and racoons who would violently go after the kittens, so she grew up trying to find safety. After Barbie is bonded with you, we don't believe there is anything she would't do for you...including getting to know a dog!
* Born: August 2015 (approx)
* Color/Breed: Lilac Point Siamese with Blue Eyes
* Litterbox Trained
* FELV/FIV Negative
* Shots Up To Date
Please contact the foster with any questions & go here to fill out our Adoption Application:
Siamese History: Siamese cats are highly intelligent, curious and perceptive. They are also very strong willed. In common with other cat breeds from Thailand they are often more like dogs than cats. Not only are they people orientated, they often bond strongly to one person. They will tend to follow that person around. The Siamese retains a kittenish and playful nature throughout its adult life. Though often most suitable as an indoor cat, they are highly active and spirited. The Siamese cat personality is not one to be alone or ignored for long periods.
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