SO THAT WE CAN SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION AND OUR CATS LOOKING FOR HOMES, WE LIST OUR CATS ON MANY PET LISTING SITES LIKE THIS ONE. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS CAT AND OTHERS IN OUR PROGRAM, AS WELL AS INFORMATION ON OUR RESCUE, ADOPTION PROCESS, FAQS AND FORMS NEEDED TO ADOPT OR VOLUNTEER, YOU MUST VISIT OUR MAIN WEBSITE AT WWW.CO.SIAMESERESCUE.ORG . WE ARE ALL VOLUNTEER RUN, SO PLEASE VISIT OUR MAIN WEBSITE BEFORE EMAILING US AS ANSWERS TO MOST QUESTIONS CAN BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE ARE A NO-KILL ORGANIZATION, SO THE CATS WE HAVE RESCUED STAY IN OUR RESCUE PROGRAM UNTIL WE FIND A HOME FOR THEM. THE SIAMESE AVAILABLE SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE IS UPDATED DAILY.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, YOU CAN SEE ME ON TV AND MEET IN PURRRRSON AT THE PET EXPO.
I WILL BE FEATURED ON PETLINE9. YOU CAN TUNE IN TO SEE THAT TV SEGMENT ON KUSA CHANNEL 9. IT WILL AIR AT APPROXIMATELY 7:20AM.
IF YOU'D LIKE TO MEET ME, COME ON OVER TO THE DENVER PET EXPO AND VISIT ME AT THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN SIAMESE RESCUE/PETFINDER BOOTH WHICH IS #815! YOU CAN GET ALL OF THE DETAILS ON THE PET EXPO HERE: WWW.DENVERPETEXPO.COM. WE HOPE TO MEET YOU AT THE EXPO!
My name is Princess Lila and I'm a beautiful Tortie Point girl.
Purrsonality: She is great with everyone, young and old alike. She is a sweet kitty and will sit on your lap, hug you, snuggle with you. She also loves to sleep with on you. She is a very loving kitty and wants to be around people. Princess Lila will follow you around as she loves to be with people. She will be a wonderful part of your family. She is a talker!
Princess Lila needs to be the only pet in the home, so that she feels safe. She was bullied by other pets in her original home.
Princess Lila has a condition known as Pillow Foot or Plasma Cell Pododermatitis. Her feet are sensitive, but she does just fine most days. There is no medical remedy for this condition and her vets advise lots of TLC and litter box pampering. She needs softer kitty litter, like Tidy Cat Clumping or she will use a Pee pad. Due to Stomatitis, Princess Lila has also had all her teeth extracted, but she eats dry cat food just fine.
we are looking for sponsors to assist with the costs of Princess Lila's surgery and care while in our rescue program. As many of you may know, RMSR is an all-volunteer run non-profit formed in 2004 and as is the case with most non-profits, we have limited resources. If you'd like to donate funds to help with her medical expenses and care, you can donate to our General Fund or to The Tornado Fund, our fund for special needs cats in our program. If you have questions or need more information on donating, you can reach us at CoSrc@SiameseRescue.org.