My name is Barbie!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Monrovia, California - Barbie
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I'm being cared for by:
The TNR Project

Facts about Barbie

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Barbie was rescued by The TNR Project from a sweet, elderly woman who started feeding a colony after a neighbor passed away. Unfortunately, the deceased had never gotten his kitties spayed or neutered, so a few cats became 20+ quickly. Donna could not afford to have the colony spayed/neutered due to being on social security, but couldn't watch these kitties starve. She met a neighbor who walked daily in her neighborhood, had a conversation about cats and found out about The TNR Project. We then fixed her entire colony for her and had fosters step up to help socialize the kittens so they could be adopted out and into a better life than on the streets.

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.

Barbie Loves:
Scratches behind the ears
Being brushed
Playtime!!! (she is obsessed)
Window watching
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
* Microchipped
* Shots Up To Date

Please 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.

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+ cats & kittens lives every year since 2015.

If you would like more information on TNR or learn how you can help your community cats, please visit: and fill out a contact us form. Save a stray, save a life! Thank you for rescuing!!

About The TNR Project

About Our Rescue Group...

The TNR Project believes in TNR which stands for Trap-Neuter-Return. We have volunteers who help neighborhoods learn how to trap safely, humanely & effectively to stem community cat growth & overpopulation. TNR has been proven to effectively control the numbers of unwanted kitties on the streets and keep cats out of the shelters.

Did You Know?
* Feral cats are almost 100% of the time euthanized immediately when entering a doesn't matter if they're kittens or cats.
* Only 2 out of 10 cats usually make it out of the shelters alive, which means 80% of cats entering shelters are also euthanized.
* TNR curbs these numbers before kittens are born creating a win/win for the cats, neighborhoods, rescuers and shelters.

Did You Know: Cats can be written off your taxes as natural pest control for your home or office? Don't use pesticides!

The TNR Project, as well as performing TNR weekly, pulls cats & kittens from the streets who can be saved & adopted. We believe these cats & kittens deserve a loving, forever home. Most of them have been discarded, abandoned and/or thrown away like a piece of trash!

We get into the trenches with these cats & kittens, rescue them, socialize them and give them a second chance at life. We perform true miracles from ground zero.

To find out more about TNR and to find out what you can do in your communities, please visit:

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit our kitties during the week (by appt only) with their foster parents or come meet them at our PetSmart adoption events every weekend! Check our website for locations & times!

Our Adoption Process...

* Fill Out Adoption Application
* Free Home Delivery/Acclimation for Kitty
* Adoption Contract
* Adoption Donation ($100) per cat or 2-for-1!!