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My name is DD!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Charlotte, North Carolina - DD
Photo 1 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Charlotte, North Carolina - DD
Photo 2 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Charlotte, North Carolina - DD
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I'm being cared for by:
Miller's Rescue

Facts about DD

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Born around August 2013, we don't know how DD ended up fending for herself on the streets, but it is obvious she was someone's pet at one time. She appears to be nearly pure seal point Siamese.
After 2 years of dodging cars and having litter after litter of kittens, she is now shy with strangers and doesn't like to be picked up. She does LOVE to be petted and will roll and push her head into your hand to make sure you get just the right spot behind her ear.
She had one broken tooth removed when she was spayed, otherwise the vet thought her teeth looked great. She would do best in a quiet home with lots of petting but no hugs and no small children. She is vaccinated, wormed, spayed, and treated for fleas.

About Miller's Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We specialize in healthy, fiv+ kitties. But do have other kitties in our program as well. Fiv is an immune deficiency which kitties get from fighting. Usually unneutered males fighting for territory, food sources and females. Once fixed and loved and fed daily the need to fight for these things disappears. Most of our fiv+ kitties are fostered with other non fiv kitties, and proven to be friendly.

There are lots of myths and misinformation about fiv. To simply it, an fiv kitty is a kitty with a lower immune system. If they get hurt or sick it could take them longer to heal. Fiv does not cause disease, it is a secondary issue of how your kitty will react to primary issue. Most fiv kitties die from geriatric issues without any more vet care than other kitties.

Here are some links to learn more about fiv

http://www.vet.cornell.edu/FHC/health_information/brochure_fiv.cfm

http://www.fivcatrescue.org/fiv-myths.html

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

We are a small operation. Donations are welcome. Please email and we can put you in touch with various ways to donate. The best is to send in payment directly to our vet accounts.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a foster home based rescued. Therefore, the majority of our animals are in peoples homes. This is perfect for adopters who have very specific needs on the animal they adopt. We know our animals well, and what types of homes we feel they will thrive best.

Our Adoption Process...

Our fees are $50-$150 depending of the age of the kitty and the amount of vetting. Most of our adult kitties are $50, most of our kittens are $125-$150, which includes all shots, microchip and spay/neuter.

We will send you an application, once approved, we will schedule a playdate with the animal. We do require a home visit. The animal then goes on trial for a couple weeks to a month. We want to make sure the animal is a good fit for your family. Even after the trial period if you can not keep the animal at anytime we will take them back into our program.