My name is Alfie!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Santa Rosa, California - Alfie
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Facts about Alfie

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9716558
  • Hair: Medium

Alfie is Sponsored by: Loraine M

SNAP Cats rescued Alfie from Rohnert Park, CA. Alfie is a big, beautiful boy that loves attention, wet food and sleeping. He's okay with other cats as long as they stay out of his comfort zone, which is currently about two feet. So we think he'd be fine in a home with another senior. But no kittens. Alfie’s very affectionate with people and isn’t shy about letting you know so. He takes his methimazole (hyperthyroid meds) easily crushed in wet food, and other than hyperthyroid is healthy and happy. If you have a senior that needs a friend Alfie is definitely your boy!

We're looking for either an adopter or a fospice caregiver for Alfie. If you can fospice this beautiful boy, please let us know. SNAP Cats pays all of his expense. Thanks!

About SNAP Cats

About Our Rescue Group...

Animal shelters, cat rescues and sanctuaries in Sonoma County (and the U.S.) are full. Innocent cats are being killed due to lack of space and/or funds. The first cats to be killed are special needs, elderly and feral cats, or cats who aren’t deemed “adoptable.” That’s unacceptable.

SNAP Cats is the only rescue & sanctuary in Sonoma County dedicated to special needs cats. SNAP Cats' specific focus is rescuing these cats, housing them, then finding them loving homes. We believe, if given a few more days or weeks or months, an older or special needs or feral cat can find the home that they deserve.

Therefore all cats at SNAP Cats, regardless of health, age or temperament, are available for adoption or foster care. Those who cannot or are not adopted, due to age, illness or temperament, are able to live out the remainder of their natural lives in a peaceful, healthy, serene environment, free from judgment or harm.

Our Adoption Process...

Fees vary per cat. All prospective adopters must fill out an adoption form, then meet with an adoption councilor.