Born ~ 2004, Female, Flame Point Siamese
Special Fee $75
Phoebe is a cute kitty girl with a pretty, light reddish fluffy fur body. Sadly, with age, she is becoming less tolerant of a 3 year old toddler, and more importantly, of the 4 year old 20 lb. male cat that feels like he has to show her who is the boss.
She has been with the family since she was a kitten but her current owners feel it would be better for her to be in a calm, relaxed environment where she can be an only feline. She may do well with another docile, older feline where they could hang out together taking sunbaths and comparing notes of the value of being a little older and a lot wiser.
Here is a list of her most endearing attributes:
She loves to roll around on the floor, kind of like she’s showing off. Her current family calls it her “pretty girl” roll.
She is very fluffy and loves to have her head rubbed.
She loves cat towers like they’re people…she will roll on the floor in front of the tower like she is showing off for it.
She seems to understand language because she meows back in a way that makes it seem like she understands.
She loves going outside in the sun and never tries to jump over the fence.
She is very obedient; she never tries to eat things or scratch things that she is not supposed to.
She sometimes plays fetch with toy mice, but does this less often now that she is a little older and more dignified.
She does like to play with a string.
If you would like more information about this cute girl, please contact Frauke at 925-784-8244 or firstname.lastname@example.org or send an Adoption Application.
Please note that Phoebe is not in a Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue foster home but residing with her current owners in Sacramento, CA while being placed in her new home.
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