SO THAT WE CAN SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION AND OUR CATS LOOKING FOR HOMES, WE LIST OUR CATS ON MANY PET LISTING SITES LIKE THIS ONE. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS CAT AND OTHERS IN OUR PROGRAM, AS WELL AS INFORMATION ON OUR RESCUE, ADOPTION PROCESS, FAQS AND FORMS NEEDED TO ADOPT OR VOLUNTEER, YOU MUST VISIT OUR MAIN WEBSITE AT WWW.CO.SIAMESERESCUE.ORG . WE ARE ALL VOLUNTEER RUN, SO PLEASE VISIT OUR MAIN WEBSITE BEFORE EMAILING US AS ANSWERS TO MOST QUESTIONS CAN BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE ARE A NO-KILL ORGANIZATION, SO THE CATS WE HAVE RESCUED STAY IN OUR RESCUE PROGRAM UNTIL WE FIND A HOME FOR THEM. THE SIAMESE AVAILABLE SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE IS UPDATED DAILY.
I am a little shy when meeting new people. I might hide for a day or two but then calm down. I love to be petted and loved on, and will rub up against you, but am still not quite a lap cat. If I was in my forever home I would most likely want more of your attention.
I am typically OK when meeting new kitties, but would probably be OK as a one and only pet, so the kitten policy no longer applies to me. I love to look out the window to watch the birds, squirrels and rabbits, so please put a cat tree in an appropriate location in your home for my entertainment.
I might have a slight allergy to food with grains. I developed a slight rash on my forehead when my food was changed to a regular kitten food diet, and it went away shortly after changing back to Blue Buffalo Freedom kitten food, and am doing well.
Since I am being fostered in a private home, you will need to be pre-approved to adopt to visit with me. Ask about me now, and lets get the process started! !
Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue is a no-kill organization that is run by volunteers. Answers to most of your questions can be found on our Website at WWW.CO.SIAMESERESCUE.ORG , along with information on our rescue, adoption process, other cats in our program, FAQS and forms you’ll need to adopt or volunteer. The website is updated daily.
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