Shadow is a sweet, quiet, gentle boy, not your usual Siamese personality! He enjoys attention, and appreciates a nice lap. He is not pushy, but doesn’t appear to be timid either. He is actually a pretty laid back fellow, and would be a very good companion for somebody looking for a feline friend.
Shadow’s ice blue Siamese eyes are a little light sensitive, so he rarely opens his eyes wide unless the light is dim. The faint coloring in his lovely coat will likely continue to darken as he gets older, he was probably born snow white.
He gets along very well with other cats, and has experience with both dogs and children. Shadow appears to be very sensitive to flea medications. He was given Comfortis for cats and later experienced seizures. It is not known if he is able to tolerate topical flea medications, WAGS recommends that he be given his next flea preventative by a veterinarian.
If you are looking for a handsome and loving feline friend, then Shadow just may be the fellow you should adopt!
If you think that I am somebody you would like to love, please email WAGS at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to meet me.
WAGS adoption fee is $60.00 for adult cats and $75.00 for kittens. The fee covers the spay or neuter surgery, up to date vaccinations and deworming. We have an adoption form that all potential adopters fill out. There is an informal interview conducted when you meet the cats, to determine what kind of home you will provide for a pet.
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