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December update: A Christmas Love Story
Tybalt and Anya have know each other for years through the bars of separate cages in a breeder's house but never interacted on a friendly basis. Upon arriving in rescue, he was neutered and she was spayed, she started becoming much more loving and he lost his tough guy attitude and has mellowed out (a lot). They are now roaming their foster mom's house together and have fallen madly in love with each other. They are often found curled up together sleeping, they also groom each other and love to play chase. They make such a cute pair, she being the fair haired petite beauty and he being tall, dark and handsome. These two have bonded and must be adopted together.
Original Post: Do you find yourself drawn to the dark, romantic, dangerous type? Tybalt is a splendid purebred Siamese who came to us with a group of others when their breeder died. If the word “Siamese” brings to your mind the medium-sized, pointed cats you used to see on your block when you were growing up, this is a cat of a different color.
At 10 pounds, he is long and athletic, with the high color contrast, brilliant blue eyes, and wedge-shaped face of the show Siamese. Indications are that he spent the first several years of his life in a cage with only perfunctory handling, but in foster care he is eager to explore and to follow his foster mom around like a puppy, all the while commenting, as Siamese do, on his discoveries. (This is to say, he is a Siamese of the vocal type.) After several weeks of life in a home situation, he has started to enjoy a good chin or ear scratch but is still wary of his new environment: he won’t scratch or bite but will probably not be ready for lap time for a while. We have all had cats who started out like this and relaxed only after three or six months at home--after which these cats are often among the most attached to their pet humans!
In rescue Tybalt has had a dental cleaning, been neutered, vaccinated, and implanted with a microchip. He is healthy, ready to be a memorable companion to a single adult, a couple, or a family without young children.
For information about this striking fellow, contact his foster mom Jen at….
916-217-2151, email is email@example.com