Status / Details
Adopted by Lori & Bill
Cupcake is a Seal-Point Siamese mix with big blue eyes. She is a talkative girl
that wants to be a constant companion to the people in her life.
Siamese cats are known for bonding strongly with their owners, and showing
their emotions in their voice and their behavior.
Cupcake grew up from a kitten in a house with humans and lived there for
many years. Last year they brought her to a shelter because they had too
Cupcake may not always have been treated well at home but she was still
completely devastated to lose the only family she knew, and terrified to be
in a shelter alone.
When Cupcake arrived at her foster home, she was scared and withdrawn.
Over time and with patience, she has learned that life should be enjoyed.
It has been an amazing transformation to watch this girl come out of her
shell and show off her personality.
Cupcake loves to follow her people around and she will often demand to sit in
your lap or take up space in the chair next to you after getting your attention
with gentle head butts.
She enjoys having her chin and head rubbed, and will purr softly. At night
she wants to sleep on your feet, and sometimes will even try to crawl under
Quite vocal at times, Cupcake has a sweet trill and a wide range of chirps and
meows. She will let you know when she is hungry or wants you to pay attention
Occasionally, she will go into “princess mode” and sit on a perch with her paws
crossed, just to survey the room and be admired.
Cupcake would love to find her forever home with an adopter that can give her
lots of attention. In return you will have a constant companion that wants to be
by your side throughout the day.
Cupcake can be jealous and bossy with other cats, so she would be thrilled
to be an only cat. She is up-to-date on vaccines and health checks, and
uses her litter box perfectly.
Cupcake is currently fostered in Sunnyvale in the south San Francisco Bay
Area near San Jose.
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!