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Returned from adopter
UPDATE: March 26, 2016:
I was returned to my foster today because I had problems in the home where I was adopted. My brother was picking on me causing me a lot of stress. My foster Mom is evaluating me right now and can tell you more, but I am a BEAUTIFUL Lynx Point girl now with huge blue eyes. I am scared and disoriented after living in a home for 3 years! For now foster Mom thinks I might do better as an only kitty where I can feel safe and secure. Please consider me because it would be much easier on me to only have to move this once. I'm very loving - I had my own three children who I'll miss a LOT so I'll need a friendly lap to sit on and lots of pets and I will be so grateful!!! I seem to be perfectly healthy but foster Mom will take me to the vet to have me checked out to make sure. I hope you'll come and visit me soon!
New photos taken 4/1/16 - this is one BEAUTIFUL kitty! And very sweet. NOTE: These photos make her look brown but she is silver!!!
UPDATE June 2016 - there is absolutly nothing wrong with Amira (new name for a new start). She is friendly and social with people but not good with other cats. She's very defensive - it's obvious that she is scared of being attacked. She does not initiate the attack, but does hiss and indicates she doesn't want to be friends. She is okay with the other three we have in the room with her but they all sort of just agree to keep a distance. She is great with us (once she got settled) and very loving and talkative. She is a VERY beautiful girl. She has no litter box problems as was indicated to me from previous owner - NO accidents or marking at our house at all.
Won't you come and meet her and give her a chance at a new loving forever home of her own?
UPDATE July 2016 - because of family circumstances all my kitties had to go to temporary fosters for about 6 weeks. Amira did EXCELLENTLY and after just a couple of days getting settled in she's sitting in the temp foster's lap and being a very sweet girl. She does keep her distance from the other cats, but no fights or disturbances. Again, her litter box manners are impeccable. She really need a good FOREVER home now. You wouldn't be sorry because her mannerisms are typical Siamese. She talks and is very bonded to her humans.
UPDATE August 2016 - Amira is back 'home' and doing great. She's sooo lonely for a lap to sit on. She did extremely well at her temp foster and was even 'okay' with the other kitties in the house. She is totally reliable with her box manners and loves to be loved on. She REALLY needs a home of her own and a person of her own. Come and visit her and see.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.