Hello there! My name is Brandi and I was brought to the Kitten Nursery with my two babies names Betsy and Bentley who are also available for adoption. We were rescued from a trailer park where we were out with 70+ other cats. We are very happy to be in a home now and getting taken care of by people. My babies were adopted together but I am still waiting for my forever home.
I am a super sweet girl, however, I am a little nervous when I am brought into a new environment at first. But I love to be held and loved on. I will seek you out for attention and cuddles but for the first couple of days in my new home I may hide. I like to talk to my people as well but I'm not the overly chatty Siamese, my foster mom is happy about that. She said I talk just the right amount!
I use my litter box without issues and I also use my scratching posts. I get along really well with other cats and may do well with a confident cat in the home. I met some cats in my foster home and I ran right up to them and rubbed against them right away. My foster parents said it was so cute because I loved the cats before I really knew them.
I would probably do best in a home that doesn't have kids only because the fast movement and noise would probably make me nervous. At this time I would prefer a quiet home. I would likely be fine with a calm dog that was respectful.
I am a gorgeous seal point Siamese and hope to find someone who will appreciate me, and will give me a little time to adjust to my new life. Then I promise to be a lap cat and hang around you a lot! I am such a sweet girl.
If you want to learn more about me you can email my foster mom at email@example.com or you can just submit an application to adopt me.
Est DOB: 11/24/14
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