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My name is Zoe- Declawed Sweetheaart!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Arlington, Virginia - Zoe- Declawed  Sweetheaart
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Home Alone Feline Rescue

Facts about Zoe- Declawed Sweetheaart

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Tan Or Fawn (Mostly)
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Zoe's owner moved and left Zoe behind with the elderly mother. The lady couldn't take care of Zoe so called animal control to bring her to the shelter. Poor Zoe doesn't know what she did wrong but is anxious for the comfort of a home again. Zoe is a gorgeous 10 year old sealpoint Siamese who is front declawed..Don't let her age put you off...siamese are known to have a longer life span than most other cats and she has many, many years of love to give. She is very affectionate, elegant and gorgeous complete with sky blue eyes that are even slightly crossed.. This beauty has a mellow, relaxed attitude and is one of the nicest siamese we've known. When she's interested in spending time with people, she'll come and meow softly but persistently to get attention. She is a lap cat and loves petting -- she purrs quite a bit, too, but is not much interested in toys or playing. Zoe is exceptionally clean, well-behaved, and a very low-maintenance kitty. Since she doesn't roam far and is quiet, she would do well in an apartment as well as a house (but preferably without a lot of stairs... )
She seems to have a bit of arthritis in her hind legs and as a result, perches herself on the ledge of her litterbox so an absorbent pad underneath the box catches any "overflow". If you're looking for a seasoned, vintage kitty who will love you forever for adopting her, pick Zoe. She's a treasure who is best suited for a quieter home. Meet her in Alexandria, VA. Posted 4/25/17

About Home Alone Feline Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small, private feline-only rescue group dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of homeless cats and kittens. We do not have a shelter and rely on a group of dedicated foster homes to care for our felines until a "fur-ever" home can be found. We actively promote the importance of spaying and neutering and best practices in companion animal care. The majority of our cats/kittens come from high-kill shelters. We do not receive any government funding and rely on private contributions, 100% of which go to provide medical care, food and supplies.

You can support our rescue by shopping your favorite online stores through AdoptAShelter.com. It's FREE and easy to use. Simply click on the link below which will connect you directly to our shelter's shopping page. Then shop like you always do at your favorite stores, including Amazon, Ebay, Petsmart & Home Depot. Whatever you buy, a portion of EVERY purchase will come to us in a cash donation.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our cats are in private foster homes; therefore, we require an application be completed before setting up appointments to meet them; an application can be e-mailed, faxed or mailed upon request. Adopters must be within a reasonable driving distance to No. VA ( 60 minutes); we do not ship/transport our animals. We participate in public adoption event held in various locations in the Wash.DC/No. VA areal most Sundays in conjunction with other rescuers. Please e-mail us for specifics.

Our Adoption Process...

We strive to make the "purr-fect" match through our interview and application process. Adoption fees, which range from $100-$135, include all medical work (FELV/FIV testing, shots; spay/neuter, etc); home visits are required prior to final placement. The majority of our kittens are only available for adoption in pairs or as a companion to another young cat/kitten already in the home. Sorry, but we do not adopt very young kittens to families with children under 6 yrs old due to safety concerns for both child and kitten. Adopters also receive a certificate for a free comprehensive wellness exam at any Caring Hands Animal Hospital.