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My name is DD!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Liberty, North Carolina - DD
Photo 1 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Liberty, North Carolina - DD
Photo 2 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Liberty, North Carolina - DD
Photo 3 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Liberty, North Carolina - DD
Photo 4 - Siamese Cat for adoption in Liberty, North Carolina - DD
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I'm being cared for by:
Tailless Cat Rescue

Facts about DD

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Brown Or Chocolate (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10451942
  • Hair: Short
Siamese girl for adoption

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.

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.  When I lay down she likes to get on top of me, knead a bit, then curl up and nap laying on my stomach.

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 someone willing to give her some time to settle in and be comfortable.


She is vaccinated, wormed, spayed, and treated for fleas.   She is FeLV and heartworm negative and FIV positive.  Her adoption fee is $50


More photos at https://goo.gl/photos/5Ar5NLobMtTTz5Lo7

About Tailless Cat Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Dedicated to finding exceptional homes for exceptional cats

Specializing in Manx, but we'll accept Japanese or American Bobtails and Pixie-bobs

In 1995 my neighbor's Manx cat had kittens. There was a tiny runt in the litter that wasn't expected to survive. I was there when the kittens were born, and I volunteered to provide a home for the runt if she made it. That was Misty, and the beginning of my love for the Manx breed.
After several years of rescuing Manx and other tailless cats through all breed rescues, in 2006 I decided to start my own rescue and TCR was born.

TCR is run entirely out of foster homes. So the number of cats we can take at a time is limited to the space we have. We also have to respect NC law which limits the number of animals that can be fostered at a time. And we will only have as many cats as we can afford to care for at one time.

TCR is all about the cats. The rescue is based on the highest standards of honesty, ethics, and care for the cats in our program. Our motto is "Dedicated to finding exceptional homes for exceptional cats". And Manx and other tailless breeds really have exceptional personalities and deserve the best homes possible.

Most of the cats come from animal shelters or pounds where they have run out of time and are going to be euthanized. We generally don't take owner surrendered cats. We believe that once you make a commitment to a cat, it should be for a lifetime. We will assist owners in how to find homes for their cats if they can no longer keep them, and will provide access to expert advice on solving behavioral or health problems so that it is more likely they can stay in their homes.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have an adoption fair the third Saturday of every month from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location: All Pets Considered
2614 Battleground Ave.
Greensboro, NC

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption fees are approximately equal to the basic vet costs required to get that cat ready for adoption, and will be listed on the individual page for each pet.

We do have an adoption contract, and a vet reference and home check are required. The contract can be viewed on our website at www.taillesscatrescue.com