Lena is an absolutely gorgeous, petite tortie-point Siamese with breathtaking deep blue eyes. She was originally a semi-feral kitty, rescued from a nasty storage lot, but has adjusted nicely to her new life indoors and shows absolutely no desire to return outdoors ever again. She appreciates the comforts of indoor life a great deal, in fact – she absolutely loves soft, warm blankets and gets so happy when she can ‘make biscuits’ on one that she makes adorable little drooly bubbles while she kneads away. I also have a little vanity stool in the bedroom that she has taken over as her preferred perch, and she’s really funny when she gets up there – she’ll groom herself, and then kind of roll over and slither around on top of it, stretching and just enjoying herself and the sunlight. I think she knows how far she’s come from where she was in life, and she truly enjoys every moment of comfort and security.
She’s really a low-maintenance kind of girl – not a lap cat, but enjoys head-scratches when she’s in the mood. Lena gets along quite well with other kitties once she’s had a few days to get to know them, but I think she actually prefers people – especially men. She was shown kindness and given food by a man who spent a lot of time at the storage lot she lived in originally, so I think she’s slightly partial to men (either that or she just has a crush on my husband). I actually think that Lena might do really well as an only-kitty; there aren’t a lot of kitties I feel that way about, but I think she would really bond to a person if she was the sole feline in the house.
Like all Kitten Rescue kitties, Lena comes spayed, vaccinated, de-fleaed, de-wormed, tested for FeLV and FIV (Lena is negative for both), and microchipped!
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