Meow! My name is Cocoa
|Breed:||Balinese||Color:||Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)||Age:||Young|
I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
I feel GRRRRREAT!!! Move over, Tony--there's a new cat in town. I've had energy therapy and put the past behind me. In my new life, I have lots of energy, I'm eating non-prescription food and I'm a big furry bundle of love. I'm ready to share the new me with you.
My name is Cocoa and I'm a 2 year, 2 months old Balinese (long haired Siamese) cat--sweet and adorable with a foxy tail and handsome tufty toes. I love to give furry hugs and hang out with my foster family. I'd like to have a friendly buddy to romp and cuddle with and I'm very good with kittens. I've had some problems, as you can read below. But right now I'm doing gggrrrreat! I require a little TLC, but you'll find I'm worth it.
I am a really sweet, loving guy who wants someone who likes to snuggle. I will love on you, and all you need to do is rub my tummy and scratch my chin. I'm very playful and love a variety of toys and kitty perches.
I've been to see some specialists and it has been determined that I have entropion (entropion is the inward rolling of the eyelid. The hair and eyelashes on the affected lid continuously rub against the cornea. This can cause significant discomfort and trauma to the cornea) as well as eosinophilic lesions on my lip (the vet suspects I have an allergy to something, so I've been put on special food), and that an underbite was causing my lower canine teeth to cut into my upper palette, so extraction of those teeth is necessary. Other than these things, I appear to be healthy and I'm happy and playful and a real joy to be around. I will be going in for surgery on 5/18/11 to have both the eye and tooth issues taken care of. If you are able, please consider donating to help with my surgery and care costs. It is estimated that even with the extremely generous discounts of the vets and specialists helping me that my vet bills for diagnosis and the surgeries will be around $2,000.00. See the sponsorship request paragraph below for details on how to donate.
Cocoa came through his surgeries just fine and is back in his foster home where he can recover comfortably. Check back for updates.
I have totally recovered from both surgeries, and am doing very well! As a result, I am completely off medications, and am currently being fed Rx Royal Canin Rabbit Formula food (both canned and dry). So far, I am responding without anymore breakouts, so the Dr. is confident that my allergy is to a food. However, we haven't done a food trial to determine exactly what the allergy is.
I love to play and tumble, but I do have a tendency to nip when Im playing so I probably wouldn't be an appropriate fit for families with young children. My foster meowmy's granddaughter knows how to scold me when I get a little carried away when playing with her. I have never left any marks, and we're still working on this issue, but I wouldn't want to frighten your little one. If you can continue to work with me, then please come and visit with me to see how loving I really am.
I am now eating Hills Prescription Diet ZD dry food (not canned ugh!), with a little Metamucil sprinkled on top. My litter box looks much better and I have gained a little weight in the past month. If you currently have a ZD-diet kitty or have one that would do okay with being switched to that food, maybe you would consider letting me be a playmate for him or her. If you will come and visit with me, I will promise to charm your socks off!
Foster meowmy says I should tell you that I am a TOTAL lovebug!
I really need a kitty companion, so I must be adopted to a home that already has a friendly, playful kitty or I need to be adopted with another.
DUE TO MY NEED FOR EXTENSIVE VET CARE, MEDICATIONS, SURGERIES AND SPECIAL FOOD, WE ARE LOOKING FOR SPONSORS TO ASSIST WITH THE COST OF MY TREATMENT AND CARE WHILE IN THE RESCUE PROGRAM. AS MANY OF YOU MAY KNOW, RMSR IS AN ALL-VOLUNTEER RUN 501C3 NON-PROFIT WITH LIMITED RESOURCES. IF YOU'D LIKE TO DONATE FUNDS TO HELP WITH MY CARE OR TO DONATE TO THE TORNADO FUND, RMSR'S FUND FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CATS IN THE PROGRAM, DONATIONS CAN BE MADE ONLINE VIA OUR DONATION PAGE HTTP://CO.SIAMESERESCUE.ORG/CODONATE.PHP OR BE MAILED IN TO US TO: RMSR, P.O. BOX 336563, GREELEY, CO 80633. WE CAN BE REACHED AT COSRC@SIAMESERESCUE.ORG IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED MORE INFORMATION.
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.