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Tonkinese kittens & cats in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Empanada

Siamese

Female, 2 mos
New Orleans, LA
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Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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________________________________________________If you would like to meet one of our adoptables or learn more about them, please submit an application at https://animalrescueneworleans.org/adoptfoster/.**Note: Our shelter is open by scheduled appointment with an approved application. One of ARNO's volunteer adoption counselors will be in contact with you to notify you of your approval status as well as arrange an appointment.Adoption Fees:Dogs:Puppies under 6 months – $300Adult dogs (6 months – 7 years) – $250Seniors (8 years and older) – $200Cats:Adults (1 year and older) – 1 for $125 / 2 for $200Kittens (under 1 year) – 1 for $175 / 2 for $250For all animals that have not been spayed or neutered a $100 deposit will be required in addition to the adoption fee. The deposit is refundable upon completion of the spay / neuter surgery.For additional frequently asked questions, see here at https://animalrescueneworleans.org/adoption-faqs/For more information email: adopt@animalrescueneworleans.org.Please visit our facebook for more information about adoption specials, and adoption events. Events are a great way to meet multiple animals at a time!
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Marie (declawed) IN FOSTER

Siamese Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Senior
New Orleans, LA
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Marie was pretty fierce with us at first. But while Mallory is still skittish but submissive, Marie just needed time to settle in. She still doesn't like being held (she actually bit me pretty good that first week because I picked her up - we had a strict hands off Marie policy after that), but I've been testing the waters there and she's comfortable being held for a bit now. Aside from that, she's become a real part of our family. She's on our bed 90% of the day and sleeps with us every night. She asks for pets as soon as we wake up. She's also vocal, but it's almost always around wanting affection - she loves head scratches and is comfortable approaching everyone to get them. And she gives little kisses, too! She doesn't do much around the house, but she gets curious and comes out when she hears the dogs in the backyard. She's definitely still bossy around the kids (vocal in telling them how she wants to be pet, which I appreciate), she seems really happy with us. She's a funny, sweet, and easy cat to have around.

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