Stewart sports a red/gold tabby coat with a white tuxedo. HE just turned 1 year old in September 2011. What is striking and unusual about his appearance is that his head has a Siamese Lynx Point pattern. He is also mitted, which means that he has white paws. He is incredibly sweet and likes to be held. Stewart is neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped. His complete medical records with be given to his adopter. Stewart also has a brother named Simon. They do just about everything in pairs.
When I clean the litter box... Stewart likes to help. When I am washing the floor he and his brother like.... to walk on it when it is still wet. Brush my teeth? No problem ---they want to make sure I do it right by laying in the sink to observe! They are the ultimate micro managers and couch companions. Stewart loves to lay on my lap while I am watching a movie. Stewart always jumps on my chest in the morning to wake me up. I have two curious little shadows that follow me everywhere.
There were two male Siamese (that are now neutered) at the farm where Simon, Stewart and their other brother and sister were born. So we are fairly certain that Stewart and Simon's sire is either a male Siamese with Snowshoe points or a Siamese with Lynx points which explains his desire to vocalize. Mom is a friendly brown tabby and she gives them their gentle personality.
We spend a lot of time interacting with our rescues to give them a lot of personalized attention, establish their personality traits, and tend to their health, and physical and emotional well being.
Stewart and Simon are on a grain-free species appropriate diet just like all the cats at our sanctuary. The brands of food we usually feed are Fromm, Merrick, Wellness, Weurva and Evangers because of the high protein content. We do not leave bowls of dry food out all day long for males to feed free choice because we want to maintain their kidney health so they live long healthy lives. We recommend that you follow the same feeding plan. Thank you.