Meet Sigourney! This beautiful five-year-old cat is known affectionately around the ASPCA offices as “Siggy.”
Siggy has a soft spot for the limelight. She enjoys being in the company of people, and is quite a social kitty! Within a few days of her arrival at our office, Siggy quickly became a staff favorite. Everyone adores her easy-going nature, confident attitude and charming personality.
This calico cat likes attention and affection. She is a big fan of lounging and snoozing. You can often find her curled up in her favorite box with a warm, comfy blanket.
When she is not napping, you may find Siggy patiently awaiting visitors. This friendly girl is eager to say hello to new faces and make new friends. She will purr in content when she is being pet. Treating Siggy to some play time with her cat dancer toy will make you fast friends in no time at all.
With her mellow demeanor and easy-going nature, we think you will quickly fall in love with Siggy. She is looking for an adopter with some cat experience and a home with kids ages 12-and-up.
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Office Foster Cat - As part of our adoption program, some of our feline friends have the opportunity to live in ASPCA team members' offices. Living in an office allows cats to have a more comfortable and domestic living space, and allows our behaviorists to learn more about each individual kitty's personality and needs. Through the office foster program, we are able to offer adopters a clearer picture of how their new feline friend will adjust to life in a permanent home.
If you're interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4120. For more information on adopting from the ASPCA, please visit www.aspca.org/adoptionsteps.
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