Status / Details

2016, Adopted

Additional Info

About Anna

Adopted by Senicia & Family

Watch Me Play!

Born ~6/1/16, Female, White Mitted, Lynx Point Siamese/Ragdoll Mix

My name is Anna, of the Indie, Anna and Jones bunch! I’m an adorable little blue-eyed lynx point just looking for adventure and fun. My coat is soft and plush to the touch. I love playing with by brothers Indie and Jones. I’m a partial to Jones if I had to choose one to spend all my time with! I even like playing with any of the six Winnemucca Rednecks, it’s a blast tearing around the hall with them!

I’m actually a big girl and am the bravest one of the bunch. I typically run in where angels fear to tread. My brothers eventually follow but I have to lead the charge! See that baby gate? Watch me climb over it and get free! Oh look a new toy! Watch me jump, flip and do whatever I need to get it and call it mine! What’s that a new cat tree? Let me scramble to the very top…and down and up and down! I adore the round plastic thing with a ball in it that goes round and round! I can entertain myself for hours! I saw the Winnemucca bunch in the hall recently and just had to get to them to check them out and play! What a blast!

I do love people too. I have to be on or near them when it is time for my nap. My purr is loud and soothing, of course. At night I typically sleep at my foster Dads feet. It’s great sleeping with humans! I also like to sleep in his lap while he is watching TV at night, or on the hem of his robe while he’s eating breakfast.

I’m looking for a family that will take me home and love me forever….and of course I promise to keep you entertained!

I would love to go home with one of my siblings or one of the Winnemucca Rednecks! I do need a playmate and get along with everyone!

Anna will come to you vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed and fixed. She will be ready to go home about mid-August.

Please call Kathy or Norton at 775-626-3518 or email or send an Adoption Application.

NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!