Status / Details
Adopted by Ewa and Andy
Born ~2007, Male, Seal Point Wedge Head Siamese
Xosshi ( pronounced So-shee ) is a joy and a delight. The shelter photo was a blurry shadow but someone said “wedge head “and I grabbed the keys and off I went. Imagine going to a shelter and coming out with this boy in a carrier.
What a treasure he is. We are all in love. And such a talker. He filled me in on his life story on the way home.When he fell silent I would meow in imitation of him and he would answer eagerly and off he’d go on the next chapter. He has a low gravelly voice very typical of his breed. I came to like it quickly. When he went to the vet everyone in the building perked up and knew he had arrived. Not that his voice is so loud, just that it is distinctive. Xosshi’s here.
Xosshi is an amazing cat. He will curl in your lap and soak up your love with such happiness and eagerness your heart fills. He will roll around on his back and be silly just to lift your spirits. He is completely involved in companionship and relationship with his human.
Xosshi seems cat friendly and may be friendly to gentle dogs, I don’t know. Like most of his breed he would do well with the companionship of another Siamese. First and foremost however Siamese kitties want to bond very deeply with their humans. It was a great betrayal of Xosshi’s huge heart for him to be left at a shelter and he arrived into foster care quite depressed. ( I can only suppose his human companion died suddenly. ) Xosshi is an active, intense kitty who needs to be at the very center of his humans’ lives. He is a very trainable, intelligent, sensitive companion.
He has just had a dental cleaning – no extractions were needed. His blood panel shows him to be healthy. He has tested negative for Feline Aids and Feline Leukemia. A feline ophthalmologist has checked his small, almond shaped eyes. His vision is fine. His irises however are thin and bluish grey.(“ albinoid iris” ) This is a genetic condition and there is no treatment needed.The eye vet said this thinness may cause him to shy away from being in very bright light but we have not noticed that yet. The protective outer layer of his eyes, his cornea, has a normal thickness and resilience and that is what is important.
Xosshi eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
His foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.
Contact Harriet at (831) 336-2983 or email@example.com 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