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Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue
Facts about Princess Lila
- Breed: Siamese
- Color: Unknown
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Female
- ID#: 2608001-CO0401
- Hair: Short
My name is Princess Lila!
Princess Lila's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
I WILL BE AT THE RMSR CAT HOUSE LOCATED IN OLD TOWN SUPERIOR AT 101 W. COAL CREEK DRIVE IN SUPERIOR, CO (ON THE CORNER OF W. COAL CREEK DRIVE AND 1ST AVENUE) ON FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AND, SUNDAYS FROM NOON TO 5PM IF YOU'D LIKE TO MEET ME IN PURRSON!! YOU CAN FIND INFO ON THE CAT HOUSE, DIRECTIONS TO THE CAT HOUSE AND THE PHONE NUMBER FOR THE CAT HOUSE AT http://co.siameserescue.org/RMSRcathouse.html.
My name is Princess Lila and I am a beautiful 7 Year, 9 Month old Tortie Point girl.
Purrsonality: She is great with everyone, young and old alike. She will sit on your lap, hug you, snuggle with you, and be your best friend. Also, she loves to sleep ON you. On your back, on your tummy, across your legs, waist, and neck. Because she likes to sleep close to your head, for safety reasons, it is best if you DO NOT allow her to sleep in the same room as a young child. She is the most loving kitty and definitely a lap cat! Princess Lila will also follow you around, and will come to her name.
Princess Lila needs to be the only pet in the home. Once settled in her foster home, she was introduced to other kitties and a dog (lab) and was terrified. Prior to coming to rescue, Princess Lila was bullied by the other animals in the home to the point where she hid all the time and had no quality of life and we believe this experience has made her fearful of other animals.
Health History: She has two auto immune diseases:
Stomatitis: Her teeth have all been extracted, and all signs of stomatitis are gone.
Plasma Cell Pododermatitis (Pillow Foot): She will always have Pillow Feet. This condition doesnt seem to bother her most days. There is no known treatment that wouldnt cause her to develop life-threatening diseases, so we have opted to do nothing on the advice of her vets. Please read the paragraph below regarding the litter box.
Litter Box: She now uses two litter boxes, one with real litter and one with a pee pad. She uses the real litter box almost exclusively now, but does not bury her offerings due to her paw pad condition. The litter must be a clumping type, or a very soft/fine substance such as Tidy Cat Clumping. Do NOT use a clay or crystal litter in her box! She still uses the pee pad on days when her paws are bothering her, and when the real litter box doesn't get cleaned out soon enough. The pee pad is much softer on her paws, and she uses it just fine. Its very seldom that she makes a mess off of the pad (but still in the box), and you just need a wet wipe to clean it up. Very easy maintenance.
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.
For more information on this cat and others in our program, as well as information on our rescue, adoption process, FAQs and forms, visit our main website at www.Co.SiameseRescue.org. The Siamese Available section of our website is updated daily.