found a new home!
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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Ken loves to play, rubbing up against you and having his ears rubbed. He can't get enough pets! He lives for pets, snuggles and playtime! He is very friendly and vocal when he wants your attention, especially at feeding time! We feel he would be better suited to a home with no dogs or children at this time so he can bond with you! He and his sister were a bonded pair, however, after socializing with our other fosters, they have become more social and independent. Kenny would get along fine with another kitty and he's very amicable and easy going. No aggression here whatsoever. He loves to play in his water dish and scoop water with his paw to sip sometimes. He loves his furry mice, balls with bells and Da Bird! He will make someone an awesome companion for years to come. Won't you consider adopting a "throw away" cat? Help us rescue and save more street cats! Contact us to meet Kenny today!
Color/Breed: Sealpoint Snowshoe Siamese with Blue Eyes
Age: 6-7 months approximately
Litterbox Trained: Yes
FELV/FIV tested: Yes/Negative
Shots Up To Date: Yes
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Snowshoe Siamese 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.
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!!