Status / Details

2018, Adopted

Additional Info

About Ellie

Adopted by Donna, John & Nathan

Born~ 3/27/18, F, Lynx-Point, Snowshoe Siamese Mix

Bonded with brother, Eli; may not be separated

September update: Both these babies continue to be energetic, personal assistants, showing up wherever I’m working. Eli comes for his petting in the morning, but saves lying in my lap for when I’m sitting down for the news in the evenings; he continues to be more cautious and more easily startled. Ellie has taken to sleeping in my lap whenever she can catch me sitting down and she is the more courageous of the two. They continue to play, play, play, run, run with the two adult male cats in the family, and try to steer me over to pick up “da bird” every time they can. Eli helps me with tying my shoes; Ellie helps me sweep. I find them just delightful! Someone will be so very lucky!


Hello! Is your house a little dull? Do the same ol’ four walls need an energy boost?

Do we have the solution for you!

Two beautiful, energetic Snowshoe Siamese siblings with lovely classic tabby bulls-eyes can help you shed the boredom. Each is the other’s favorite toy; second best toys are the adult cats in the family and “da bird,” but these babies also enjoy things that slide on the floor or a wadded up pipe cleaner or a jacket zipper.

They are a work in progress that can now be picked up and, when sleepy, they allow their nails to be clipped. Amazingly, despite not being lap cats yet, they come to be petted and respond with purrs! While initially shy, they have become my personal assistants, following me from room to room, sometimes carrying their toys. Eli is the larger, stronger, more cautious kitten; Ellie is the always-on-the-move, “What’s that?” kitten.

Each is litter box perfect and eats wet and dry, high-quality foods. They will come to you neutered, vaccinated, tested, and microchipped.

These lovelies are fostered in Davis, CA. For more information, contact foster mom Kathy at kjr610e@comcast.net.


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!