Jen is a lovely black siamese-bombay mix female kitten with a white medallion on her neck, and a white bikini on her belly! This little girl, together with her seven littermates, were born in a shed in the Bronx but turned into the pound as orphans too young to be adopted -- and starving to boot. Some mishap must have befallen their mom. They were bottle-raised in our foster home and are now affectionate and healthy and ready to enhance your life! Poor Jen was so starved that she didn't even have a coat to keep her warm; the vet thought she was a Sphynx! We are happy to report that with good food and care, Jen now has a lovely silky coat, beautiful oriental bone structure, and a delicate waif appearance which will melt your heart ! Jen has more than her share of Siamese smarts, so she will be a rewarding challenge for the right human. She has a lovely loud purr and will curl up in your hands to drift off to sleep for a nap. Jen would like a home together with her sister Julie.
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