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This girl is growing more dramatic day by day. As Siamese kittens grow up their colors darken creating their classic light to dark drama. I could swear her eyes are growing bluer and bluer also.
Louise was a little 1 pound shelter kitten all alone in a cage when we got her – a beige little thing with just a touch of brown to tell us she would grow into a seal point. She was a cute shy little girl. She is now a glorious Siamese kitty who has mostly outgrown her shyness. She likes to be cuddled by people she knows. Her friends get to rub her tummy. Loud noises, unexpected commotion, and new strangers can make her jump and go back to her safe spot. As she matures and grows in confidence in her new home this stage will fade but I would expect that for the first while in her home she will be wary and unsettled , and maybe resistant to being petted. Her adopters need to expect this and be willing to be patient with her during her unfolding into their home. Louise likes other kitties and kittens and would also be fine as an only pet.
This kitten is a fairly big girl for her age. She loves food, first of all, so she has a few extra ounces. And, as the photo’s show she is probably destined to be a fairly large middle sized kitty (if that makes sense to you).As a seal point Siamese she has dark brown “points” which are the face, ears, feet and tail. Her body is creamy beige but will likely darken some as she matures. She is what is known as an apple head Siamese.( as opposed to the wedgie head Siamese). She has grown into a very lovely girl.
Louise happily eats wet and dry and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.
For more information, contact Harriet, at (831) 336-2983 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, or send an Adoption Application. If you are unable to reach Harriet by phone or email, 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!