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Siberian kittens & cats in San Jose, California

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Moon

Siberian

Female, Young
Albany, CA
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Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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This cute Siberian cat (Moon) is 2 years old and was adopted when she was 6 months old. We are looking for a new home for her because we are moving soon to another country. Moon is quiet under most circumstances but can sometimes be naughty if she gets familiar with people. She likes treats and playing toys. When moving into a new environment, she would become scaredy but will get used to it after some time.

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We'll also keep you updated on Miss Kitty & Bear - Bonded Pair (Courtesy Post)'s adoption status with email updates.
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Miss Kitty & Bear - Bonded Pair (Courtesy Post)

Maine Coon

Male, Senior
San Jose, CA
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Good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
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Bear is a talker and love bug. He will roll around for pets if you give him attention. He’s bonded with his buddy Miss Kitty but they may be able to be separated. Miss Kitty is a calico beauty who will be your loyal companion. She is a little slower to warm up to new people, but once she does, she is the cuddliest and most loving kitty. She loves getting pets and snuggling in bed. She is bonded with her friend Bear. Miss Kitty and Bear are being cared for by a member of the community. They are not owned by The Dancing Cat. To arrange to meet these cats or find out more, fill out our application here: https://www.thedancingcat.org/adopt-courtesy For more information regarding our Courtesy Posts, see www.thedancingcat.org/courtesy-postsJuly 15, 2024, 1:06 am
We'll also keep you updated on Briar's adoption status with email updates.
Special Needs
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Briar

Maine Coon

Male, Senior
San Jose, CA
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Janice (janice.frazier@sbcglobal.net) for more information about this pet. Online Adoption Application › Loving and adorable, but very special needsBriar is outgoing, loving, playful and loves life. He purrs close to non-stop and head butts you for loving. But he had a perianal hernia and GI tract complications since he was rescued as a bottle baby. We are still looking for the ideal home for Briar. He loves all animals (2- and 4-legged) and will become a very adored family member. But because of his issues he does need a special diet and a home that is easily suited to cleaning (non-carpeted or specialized room for him) as he can't always get to the litter tray to poop. If you are looking for the best of the special needs cats, for sure it’s him and he is worth the effort. Note the posting updates are in chronological order to see more on him.   Original Posting as baby: Multiple attempts to help him with vets locally would work for a while, but finally we had to take him to UC Davis for another surgery. This created quite a large vet bill for the group, requires special food, and significant care. Any donation will help significantly, towards his bill, and his on-going expenses. Please help us fund this little guy - - never seen such a trooper in a little kitten, he won’t give up; help us make sure we don’t have to! THANKS for helping!   UPDATE Nov 5 2015: Working with the vets, we have come up with a mix of canned and kibble foods to help Briar's poop firm up some so he makes the litter tray more and has gained some weight in the last months. He had stalled at about 5 lbs, but with the mix of canned and kibble we've got him up to 6 lbs. Also we had a scare when he plugged up with a hairball in rectum - with work we got it out. But now he gets hairball treatment gel with every meal till shedding season is over, and we have trimmed his beautiful tail (sadly) so he will not ingest the long 4' tail hairs. Still he's a wonderful, happy, beautiful cat!   UPDATE Dec 14, 2015: He is gaining weight and is now up to 4 lbs at 6 months of age, yeah!   Update Jan 15, 2016: At Vet check he was 4.8 lbs (yeah!) and is now eating Royal Canin Mom and Babycat kibble, as well as canned IAMS intestinal plus food, both easy to digest, so his poop is a bit more consistent in timing and firmness.   Update March 6, 2016: After trying baby kibble with Briar and finding it was a very fine balance to keep him from getting too firm of poop, we have started him on Metamucil in his canned food at the recommendation of UC Davis. So far we find that is nicely helping to manage the really loose stool.   Update Sept 20, 2016: Briar is much better on Metamucil and gained some weight as he's able to not have the food just run through him! Though he still doesn't always make it to the litter tray it’s much firmer poop and easy to clean up. He's just a total love bug and he's worth the work!   Update August 2017: We have him on a diet of canned food mixed with Metamucil and it does a relatively good job of firming up his stool but sometimes he still can't make the litter box, so he does have his own linoleum-floored room. And he does get out to hang out in the house when we can watch him to clean up after him if needed. We did have a scare earlier this month when he had a bout of colitis but the Vet said that can hit any cat and figured it was an isolated instance and so far she is right!   Update January 2019: It’s a new year and Briar is already 4.5 yrs old, wow time flies! We have worked out a specific food for him mixed with Metamucil and he is doing much better about getting to the litter box now. Still sometimes he has accidents but we are pleased that it is somewhat better and if you are looking to help support him the food is Fancy feast (Gravy Lovers chicken feast in grilled chicken flavor gravy).   Update January 2020: Briar continues to do well and he is just such a great cat and, besides cleaning up if he has an accident, his food mixture is very easy to do. And we also give him a Vitamin B12 shot weekly to help with absorption of nutrients; he’s very good about it. And like any long-hair cat, he gets Petromalt during shedding seasons - which he loves.Update November 2020: Covid hasn't affected this sweetie!!!!! Briar is doing really well.  We have his diarrhea even more firmed up, fine tuning the mixture of canned with metamucil, but still he can't control always making it to the litter tray, so he does have a room all his own, and we take that little extra effort to prep his meals. He also gets Vitamin B injections to insure proper levels of Vitamin B, since with diarrhea that is always a concern of lack of that nutrient.  You can tell he is doing well though, such a handsome boy and very shiny, thick, healthy coat and right body index.  Briar's just such a loving cat it's quite amazing the great guy he is, so rewarding to care for him, he flips on his side and back when he sees you like heh aren't I handsome!  He'd be perfect in a non-carpeted home with easy to clean floors.February 2024 -Wow Brair is still with us and going strong.  Sadly no other forever home has come along, though we and he are all hoping it will!He is doing very well and last year we tested his Vit. B levels and found we could stop those weekly shots, so he is even more happy, as being poked weekly wasn't his favorite thing!  He is a very happy kitty in general, and being Maine Coon X - a total pleasure, as he so loves people and is a very uncomplaining cat.  He will be celebrating his 10th birthday this year in May - and we will be sure to give him his favorite temptation hairball treats in his treat ball, with a few extra so he can really enjoy the hunt! Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. To Adopt one of our Cats or Kittens, please fill out an Online Adoption Application on our website  https://www.13thstcats.org/info/adoption If the animal bio says that they are a "Courtesy Listing", the contact information will be included in the animal bio for you to reach out to them directly. Thank you for wanting to Adopt! -------------- 13thstcats.org is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, No-Kill Rescue Group based in San Jose. We try our best to match our cats to the perfect homes, and match them based on their personalities, not their looks. Adoptions are not done on a first come, first serve basis, rather in the order of what homes are the right match for that particular cat July 14, 2024, 7:30 pm
We'll also keep you updated on Bentley's adoption status with email updates.
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Bentley

Maine Coon

Male, Senior
San Jose, CA
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(when grown) -
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Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Janice (janice.frazier@sbcglobal.net) for more information about this pet. Online Adoption Application › A handsome, lover! But should be solo cat to be happy!Bentley would be a great solo cat, he is a GORGEOUS long hair cat.  He has a strong personality, he likes to be brushed and petted and would probably thrive with a single human to really bond with.  He is playful and really enjoys playing with feather wand toys, catnip toys, laser pointer, and is curious about automatic toys we have - like laser light and mouse tail.  He'll run up and down the cat tree to chase his wand toys - it's quite amazing how agile a large cat can be! The family had to give him up when circumstances of their home changed.  You can see some of his kitten pictures here too. Baby bio; 'I have the looks and personality to melt your heart.  My favorite things to do - play with my sister Mercedes; chase the ball that keeps going in a circle; and cuddling with my foster family.  My rescuers say I may be part Maine Coon by the looks of my hair and my personality, not sure what that means but they are all excited about it!'Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. To Adopt one of our Cats or Kittens, please fill out an Online Adoption Application on our website  https://www.13thstcats.org/info/adoption If the animal bio says that they are a "Courtesy Listing", the contact information will be included in the animal bio for you to reach out to them directly. Thank you for wanting to Adopt! -------------- 13thstcats.org is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, No-Kill Rescue Group based in San Jose. We try our best to match our cats to the perfect homes, and match them based on their personalities, not their looks. Adoptions are not done on a first come, first serve basis, rather in the order of what homes are the right match for that particular cat July 14, 2024, 7:30 pm

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