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Siberian kittens & cats in Oakland, California

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Saoirse ("Seer-sha")

Siberian

Female, Kitten
Oakland, CA
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(when grown) -
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Not good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Saoirse is a very sweet 11-month-old, hypoallergenic Siberian cat. She is very playful, outgoing, and sweet. She is a total love: she lovingly accepts hugs, petting, and kisses. She is not a lap cat, but she is outgoing. She is gentle and has never bitten or scratched anyone. She is trusting and well-loved. She is very energetic, playful (she plays fetch!), and vocal, but she is not great at self-entertaining, so she will want to be played with a few times per day. She is not shy or defiant. She gets very attached to her humans and wants lots of love, attention, play, and care (including not infrequent vet care). We just found out she has Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV). Cats with FeLV can’t go outside because they can spread the virus to other cats. We think her life expectancy will be 2 to 6 yrs. She is currently healthy but gets sick periodically; specifically, one eye gets conjunctivitis. Her pet insurance is transferrable and covers the FeLV and eye.

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Saoirse

Siberian

Female, Young
Walnut Creek, CA
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Needs special attention, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Felv+ *this is a courtesy posting— please contact owner directly or to discuss what felv means and if this kitty is the right fit for you, contact DanaCC4C@gmail.com*Saoirse ('Seer-sha') is an 11-month-old very sweet hypoallergenic Siberian female living in Oakland. She was recently diagnosed with progressive Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV), and requires more care than we are capable of providing. We are heartbroken to give her up, but as two working professionals we don't have the capacity to handle the needs of a young, vocal cat who depends on us for stimulation *and* has semi-frequent health issues. She is currently healthy but gets sick semi-frequently - we have taken her to the vet probably eight times in the last six months. The only truly chronic issue to our knowledge is that her right eye is prone to infection (conjunctivitis from Calicivirus).  Saoirse is a total love – she sleeps in the same bed as her humans, and she lovingly accepts hugs, petting, being picked up, and kisses. She also plays fetch! She is very playful, outgoing, gentle, tolerant, and has never bitten or scratched anyone. She's energetic and playful, but she's not the best at self-entertaining. She’s also a very vocal kitty. She comes from a quiet home with no kids and no other pets. She has no challenges using her litter box, and does not inappropriately scratch furniture.  She is also 100% hypoallergenic - one of us has terrible cat allergies and can bury their face in her fur.  Because of the feline leukemia virus, we’re told she has to be an indoor cat. She wouldn’t be a good fit for a household with other cats unless they are also FeLV+.  She has current pet insurance (Healthy Paws: $21/mo.) that covers any costs for all health conditions (FeLV, the infection-prone eye, and anything else that comes up). The insurance policy can be transferred to another owner so that her eventual medical costs would be covered. She has had regular visits to the vet. We can provide all medical records available to us.  She is chipped, spayed, and has all her shots.  Saoirse's backstory: Saoirse was raised by a breeder of Siberians. We weren't a fan of breeders, but one of us is terribly allergic to cats, so this was the only option for us to try. We adopted Saoirse on January 1st of 2024. In retrospect, the breeding conditions were very dirty, and we imagine Saoirse contracted FeLV in that environment. We never had her around another cat. We are asking for a $150 adoption fee to be donated to a cat sanctuary. Please contact BriePsyD@gmail.com, or call/text at (425) 652-2673. *this is a courtesy posting— please contact owner directly* June 13, 2024, 3:12 am
We'll also keep you updated on Tallulah's adoption status with email updates.
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Tallulah

Siberian

Female, Senior
Santa Rosa, CA
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Good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Tallulah is our 14 year old Siberian. She identified as “ragamuffin”on a cat Id. App as well. She has been with us since she was a kitten. She is a remarkably friendly and mellow cat who gets along with everyone she meets. She loves to hang out with us and purrs loudly when you give her attention. She had a vet check recently and has no serious health issues. 4 years ago she tore her knee and had it reconstructed. It is completely healed. She walks on it fine, but is not a super athletic cat and would be best matched with a household without a need for her to defend herself from rambunctious dogs, other cats or children. She makes a perfect companion for someone wanting a mellow, mature cat. She is fairly sedentary and loves her naps. We are moving out of the country on August 30th and cannot bring her with us. We had a commitment from a family member to take her from us but that person has had a job change and cannot. We are devastated and must find a good home for her.
We'll also keep you updated on Toby's adoption status with email updates.
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Toby

Siberian

Male, Adult
Sebastopol, CA
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Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Toby is a beautiful Siberian that my mother in law got from a breeder with papers. He has a great personality but developed a habit of marking inside the home as he grew up around his sister who is full time indoors. Our vet said that this may be solely because her scent is dominant in the house. We are looking for a good home for Toby as his owner will be going to assisted living shortly. Toby has spent a fair bit of time outside of late, because of his recent habit, and we would like to find him a home that he is comfortable in. A home where he is the only cat is preferrable. He is super soft and a gorgeous boy.

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We'll also keep you updated on Honey Girl [CP]'s adoption status with email updates.
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Honey Girl [CP]

Maine Coon

Female, Adult
Oakland, CA
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(when grown) -
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Spayed or Neutered,
Story
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA:  Honey Girl is so ready for a home!  She is a long-haired white & grey female beauty with one green and one blue eye; she is possibly a Maine Coon mix with some Ragdoll also!  Honey Girl has a super-sweet and loving personality – she purrs when stroked, massaged and brushed. Honey Girl is in need of a foster or foster-to-adopt home. She is close to her siblings Percy and Brandy; she is particularly bonded with Percy.  They can be homed together or separately. Watch their video here: https://www.instagram.com/p/C3IBVcsrgtf/ Honey Girl was born in approximately March 2021.  She has previously been spayed and vaccinated; her vaccinations will be brought up-to-date before placement. This is a courtesy post.  For more information about fostering or adopting Honey Girl, please contact Marcia at 510-734-9924 or mslack199@gmail.com. Please Note: This cat has not yet been tested for FIV/FeLV, to our knowledge. Potential adopters should confirm the cat’s status with the rescue group and should consult with their veterinarian for recommendations regarding testing.June 12, 2024, 10:19 pm
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Chinchilla [CP]

Maine Coon

Female, Adult
Oakland, CA
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(when grown) -
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Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA:  Chinchilla (Chin Chin) and Shadow are a sweet bonded pair of lovely kitties that were rescued together from a large cat colony. They appear to be Maine Coon-mix cats.  Shadow is probably Chin Chin's mother.  They both have amazingly loud purrs!   Chin Chin and Shadow’s rescuer, Sara, provided us with this description of the girls: “Chin Chin is gray and white and was born in approximately May 2016.  She's a bit flighty and will run away at first, even from me, but comes back as soon as I start petting or brushing another cat.  She returns even faster when I'm dispensing treats.  She is very playful and chases balls and other toys around the room.  She even has a regular morning romp with another cat from the colony. Shadow was born in approximately May 2014.  She's very small for a Maine Coon mix (about 6 pounds) and has gorgeous all-black fur.  She loves to be brushed and petted and often meows loudly.  Her fur is curly, so regular brushing is needed to keep mats from forming.  She's even gotten used to stand-up brushing of her belly and will jump onto the cat condo so I can reach her more easily.  Once there, we sometimes touch noses.  She's the sweetest girl.  She's very docile and calm once she gets familiar with you and the household.  She doesn't even run when I vacuum.  She's also very good about eating oral flea medication with tuna or sardines. Both girls are going to be shy at first with new people but with patience and gentle talking, treats and eventually brushing, they'll come around. Both of them have purrs that practically shake the house.  I can hear Chin Chin purring from another room, and she'll start even before I touch her.  Shadow starts drooling when she's purring.  It's so cute! There's no way of knowing for sure, but I believe they are mother and daughter.  They are definitely a bonded pair.   Both are in good health.  I give Shadow daily hairball gel and Chin Chin a powdered probiotic in her food.  They are good about using the litter box and grooming themselves.  Chin Chin and Shadow have both been spayed and will be up to date on vaccinations prior to adoption.  They are good with other cats.  They might be okay with older, respectful children, or with a very calm and cat-friendly dog." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is a Courtesy Post, and Chin Chin & Shadow are living in a private foster home with their rescuer Sara in Hercules, California. If you would like more information, please contact Sara at s_garetz@yahoo.com. Please Note: These cats have not yet been tested for FIV/FeLV, to our knowledge. Potential adopters should confirm the cats’ status with their rescuer and should consult with their veterinarian for recommendations regarding testing.June 12, 2024, 10:19 pm
We'll also keep you updated on Shadow [CP]'s adoption status with email updates.
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Shadow [CP]

Maine Coon

Female, Adult
Oakland, CA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA:  Shadow and Chinchilla (Chin Chin) are a sweet bonded pair of lovely kitties that were rescued together from a large cat colony. They appear to be Maine Coon-mix cats, and are probably mother and daughter. They both have amazingly loud purrs!   Shadow and Chin Chin’s rescuer, Sara, provided us with this description of the girls: “Shadow was born in approximately May 2014.  She's very small for a Maine Coon mix (about 6 pounds) and has gorgeous all-black fur.  She loves to be brushed and petted and often meows loudly.  Her fur is curly, so regular brushing is needed to keep mats from forming.  She's even gotten used to stand-up brushing of her belly and will jump onto the cat condo so I can reach her more easily.  Once there, we sometimes touch noses.  She's the sweetest girl.  She's very docile and calm once she gets familiar with you and the household.  She doesn't even run when I vacuum.  She's also very good about eating oral flea medication with tuna or sardines. Chin Chin is gray and white and was born in approximately May 2016.  She's a bit flighty and will run away at first, even from me, but comes back as soon as I start petting or brushing another cat.  She returns even faster when I'm dispensing treats.  She is very playful and chases balls and other toys around the room.  She even has a regular morning romp with another cat from the colony.  Both girls are going to be shy at first with new people but with patience and gentle talking, treats and eventually brushing, they'll come around. Both of them have purrs that practically shake the house.  I can hear Chin Chin purring from another room, and she'll start even before I touch her.  Shadow starts drooling when she's purring.  It's so cute! There's no way of knowing for sure, but I believe they are mother and daughter.  They are definitely a bonded pair.   Both are in good health.  I give Shadow daily hairball gel and Chin Chin a powdered probiotic in her food.  They are good about using the litter box and grooming themselves.  Shadow and Chin Chin have both been spayed and will be up to date on vaccinations prior to adoption.  They are good with other cats.  They might be okay with older, respectful children, or with a very calm and cat-friendly dog." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is a Courtesy Post, and Shadow and Chin Chin are living in a private foster home with their rescuer Sara in Hercules, California. If you would like more information, please contact Sara at s_garetz@yahoo.com. Please Note: These cats have not yet been tested for FIV/FeLV, to our knowledge. Potential adopters should confirm the cats’ status with their rescuer and should consult with their veterinarian for recommendations regarding testing.June 12, 2024, 10:19 pm

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