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Just look at this beautiful boy’s striking sapphire blue eyes and his handsome face; it’s definitely the face of a smart and sometimes mischievous young male cat. He is incredibly loving and sweet, as is so very typical of the Siamese breed. One look in his precious face and your heart will melt!
Teeko was originally adopted as a kitten through the Purebreds Plus organization. Unfortunately, his original owner encountered a health issues and then had some mismatched kitty dynamics in her home and had asked us to help find him a new home. We found him a new home where he currently resides. Through this new home, we’ve learned a few more things about his character, and the new owner thinks that there could be another home out there which would be a much better fit (better outdoor yard space, maybe cat door, and larger home).
Teeko is a young and incredibly handsome little cat, who is very friendly with people – likes to rub on everyone that walks in the door. He likes to drink water out of the sink or sneak a drink out of your glass of water when you aren’t watching. He often drinks by dipping his paw into the water and then licking his paw, which is really cute and so sophisticated. He loves soft, stuffed balls and toys that he can carry in his mouth and toss into the air.
Teeko likes both men and women and doesn’t mind kids. He’s an incredibly gentle boy – gentlest cat I may have ever met. He particularly likes kneading and cuddling with someone wearing a furry bathrobe. Teeko loves chin, cheek, and rump scratches! If you stop scratching, he will purr and rub you for more. He would just stand there to be patted like that and would walk around pushing on his owner’s legs to get a pat. He is OBSESSED with crunchy treats and will stand up and grab the hand of the person giving the treat between his front paws to steady the treat so he can eat it
Teeko needs a home in which he can be indoor/outdoor, as he has already been exposed to the outdoors and cannot stand to be kept inside. He has a very loud, stern, true-to Siamese meow, and will be sure to let you know when he wants to go out or to come in from outside. Because of this, we believe a home in which there is a bigger private yard with no close neighbors would be ideal. This is an issue in his current living situation, a small apartment complex in which neighbors hear every meow! Also, as mentioned earlier, a cat door might be good for him as he likes to go in and out often and will cry until he gets his way.
He does sleep on the bed at night usually and cuddles up, but some nights, he is focused on going outside and will continuously meow. His home right now is small, and the owner is not able to lock him in a separate room on these nights that he decides to keep crying. A home where there is an extra play room or downstairs room might be ideal for him, unless you are a person who can easily sleep through the meows!
Teeko eats wet food supplemented with dry food. He likes to have cat greens available and his stomach is sensitive if you try and change foods too fast on him. He is good about using a cat tree to scratch on and likes to sleep either on his owner’s bed or in the cat tree circle. He doesn't like soft beds. He doesn’t mind a harness and, in fact, can walk on one with no problem! He hasn’t proven to be good with dogs, but maybe a calmer dog to whom he is introduced correctly could work.
If you are interested in giving this stunning cat a forever home, please email Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org. Teeko is currently being fostered in Redwood City as an owner placement.
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