My name is Buttercup!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Duluth, Georgia - Buttercup
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Planned PEThood of Georgia

Facts about Buttercup

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: Edna Moore
  • Hair: Short
Buttercup is a lovely flame-point Siamese who was rescued from shelter life with her three kittens (at about 5-6 weeks old). Buttercup proved to be a wonderful mama. She is patient, calm, loving, and quiet. Only occasionally does the Siamese attitude come forth (with a little nip here or there if she's overstimulated). She loves affection and greets her foster mom at the door asking to be pet. Her fur is incredibly soft and velvety. Because she is a "red-head" (has orange points), she is prone to sensitivities and when stressed can break out in a facial rash, but that is usually easily controlled with her diet.

Buttercup is considered a Special Needs kitty because she has a condition called "Stomatitis." (It's also known as gingivitis). This is when the cat's body causes an autoimmune response to tarter on it's teeth. Her case has been treated by her local Vet and all but 2 of her canine teeth have been removed, as she had a very bad case. That and some medications have resolved 85% of her stomatitis, and we hope to have it completely cleared before long. Her Vet also picked up a faint heart murmur and we're having that checked out by a Vet cardiologist shortly.

Buttercup also tends to have a sensitivity to grains, so she is fed wet food with no grains (which helps keep her fur so velvety and soft). She loves dry food, but some of them cause stomach aches for her. Keeping her on her current diet will keep her healthy and happy. She can eat Blue Buffalo Freedom Chicken, or Best Feline Friends Chicken flavors & lower fat (sold at stores like The PawStand in Norcross.

Buttercup is negative for FIV/FeLV, up-to-date on shots, spayed and microchipped. Adoption fee is $90.

If you are considering two cats, Buttercup's daughter, Romper, is also available and the two of them get along very well. (See Romper's profile here on PetFinder). Adopting both Buttercup and Romper can be done for a fee of $100.

Planned PEThood of GA adoption opportunities are held at the Johns Creek PetSmart (corner of Medlock Bridge and McGinnis Ferry Roads) on Saturdays from 11am to 4pm.

Additionally, Planned PEThood has adoptions at the Mall of Georgia Petco (Buford Drive in Buford) and at the Lawrenceville Petsmart (Lawrenceville Suwanee Road at HWY 120 in Lawrenceville).

Because Buttercup gets stressed at adoption events and because her daughter Romper is very shy, please consider asking to see these kitties at their foster's home instead of at adoption events.

If you would like to meet Buttercup, contact Edna at 770-495-0070 or by email at

Would you like to adopt Buttercup? Print and complete this application, then scan and email it to It will be reviewed and the foster will then contact you. The application is located here:

To sponsor Buttercup, please donate here:

About Planned PEThood of Georgia

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a network of foster homes that care for cats and dogs that are stray or abandoned, given up for adoption, and born of unspayed cats and dogs. Our rescue is a division of Planned PEThood of Georiga, Inc. which operates as a spay/neuter clinic.

Planned PEThood of Georgia's mission it to help pets and the people who care for them by providing innovative programs and affordable services that save lives.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We occupy the in-store Adoption Center at the PetSmart in Johns Creek, Georgia (Medlock Bridge Road and McGinnis Ferry Road). the PetSmart on Lawrenceville/Suwanee Road in Lawrenceville, Georgia; and at the Petco store in Buford, across the street from the Mall of Georgia. Planned PEThood of Georgia holds adoptions on Saturdays from 11am to 4pm. Cats and dogs found on this web site can be seen during the week by appointment.

Our Adoption Process...

Prospective adopters are required to fill out an application asking if everyone in the household is in agreement to adopting a pet, ages of household members, other pets in household, and where the animal will stay. References are required. All of our pets are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations, tested for diseases, and microchipped. Our adoption fee is $120 for a kitten ($200 for two), $90 for a cat older than 4 months; and $175 for a dog.