Meow! My name is Xanda
|Breed:||Bengal||Color:||Spotted Tabby/Leopard Spotted||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I came to rescue from a hoarding case where I lived in a cage. I arrived in my foster home on 4/6/11. My name is Xanda and I'm a beautiful 6 year, 5 month old spotted Bengal girl.
I am very frightened at the moment so check back for updates on me after I have some time to settle in and realize that I am safe and loved.
Now that I've had some time to settle in and realize that I'm safe and loved, I've blossomed. I am now out and about in my foster home seeking love and attention. I love to sit on the sofa with foster meowmy and get lots of loving and pets. I also love to play in my water dish. Foster meowmy says it looks like I'm trying to tunnel into my bowl with both front feet :). I get along well with the other cats in my foster home. If at all possible, I would really like to go home with my companion from the hoarding case, Kenya. We would be an already matched pair.
I love, love, love being a lap cat these days. I don't like being picked up, it scares me, but all you have to do is put your hand down and say my name and I come right over to be petted as long as you will pet me. I will jump up onto your lap when you sit down and stay endlessly, purring, and a lap is my favorite place to nap. Although Kenya and I can't sleep with foster Meommy and her cats, I know I will love sleeping in a bed because sometimes she comes downstairs into our room and sleeps with us and we love snuggling under and on the comforter with her.
Also foster Meommy says I should tell you that now that she's put my water bowl on a little stand, I drink from it like a lady, while I paw at the floor under the bowl instead of in my bowl. She also tells me I have the most soulful golden eyes. My coloring has darkened and my fur is really silky now that I have a home with a good diet and no stress, and I'm ready for a home of my own.
My kitty friend, Kenya was adopted a few months ago. I get along well with other cats, so I could be adopted to be a companion to other cats but I would also do well as an only cat if you are wanting just one.
Won't you ask about me? I'm ready to go home!!
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.
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Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue is part of the nation-wide partnership of individual non-profit Siamese Rescue Centers that are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned Siamese cats and placing them in permanent, loving homes. Our Center covers the Colorado and Rocky Mountain region of the US.
All of our cats are fostered in carefully screened homes until they are adopted. We welcome your interest in Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue, and please consider volunteering your time with us if you aren't quite ready to adopt!
The public can come meet some of our cats/kittens looking for homes at the RMSR Cat House located at 101 W. Coal Creek Drive, Superior, CO 80027. The Cat House is open to the public from Noon to 5pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday excluding major holidays.
Our adoption process is clearly outlined on our website, where you may also download our Application. Please visit Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue at http://www.siameserescue.org and click on "Adoptions" for detailed information.