Status / Details

2019, Adopted

Additional Info

About Lemon

Adopted by Anne
Born ~2016, M, Siamese/DSH Mix

This nice, 2-year-old kitty was found with a shoe string tied so tightly around his neck that he could barely breathe or eat.Fortunately, he is healing beautifully and, now that he can eat again, is gaining weight–a pound in less than a week!

That Lemon is making such a swift physical recovery is gratifying, but even more so is the fact that his personality shows no sign of his traumatic past.Unlike some cats we see in rescue, who need weeks or months of rehabilitation before they can trust humans again, Lemon has never met a stranger. He loves everyone. He is a true companion, anxious to keep you company when you are feeling lonely. He seems to sense when you need a buddy.

Although he is white and has yellow-green eyes, Lemon probably has some Siamese in his lineage.His facial features bear some resemblance to those of a Siamese, despite the difference in color. He is also quite vocal. If he is not sure where his foster mom is, he will loudly meow until he hears her voice from another room.

Lemon is looking for a caring home where he can live a peaceful, happy life. He would enjoy a home by himself. In rescue gets along well with dogs. Of course, careful introduction to any resident pets will be important; this is true for any cat.

Lemon is fostered in West Sacramento.

Lemon is neutered, vaccinated, tested negative for leukemia, micro-chipped, wormed, and flea treated. He is still on antibiotics prescribed in connection with his surgery but is close to finishing those.

Lemon and all of us at Purebreds Plus are grateful to the many people who came together to save Lemon from a desperate situation. We are especially grateful to the sweet women who alerted a community to his plight.

Contact Leanne: 916-206-6525 or email: leannethorpe1959@gmail.com.

You can also complete and email an Adoption Application. If you are unable to reach Ellen by phone, please email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.

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!