2019, Adopted
Additional Info

About This Cat

Born ~9/14/18, M, Lynx Point Siamese

When we got this little boy from the shelter he was just a little vulnerable lump. He weighed  less than a pound and  because he was a soft  grey kitten with bright round blue eyes we named him Pigeon. Right from the start he was outgoing and friendly and just wanted to be held. He still has a happy , cuddly disposition.

Pigeon is a Lynx Point Siamese which means he has  a body that is a creamy beige with darker bandings on his legs and tail and he has the “M” mark on  his forehead. His colors will darken and develop as he grows older. His eyes will always be the wonderful turquoise blue of a Siamese kitty.

Pigeon enjoys the world – it is so full of interesting things and toys. He can play with anything. As a classic little kitten he is an active boy and  his favorite thing is exploring. Feathers are great but running around looking at and sniffing everything is even better. He is still a baby. His kitten photos make him look bigger than he is. Right now, 12/11/18, he is just over 2.5 pounds and about 10 weeks old.

This  happy guy is fine with other kittens but he is also fine on his own. He wants human company. He wants to be held and loved and asks to be picked up frequently. He lost his mom and siblings early and perhaps looks to humans for the warmth they bring. He will be someone’s wonderful love-bug companion.

The last photo below is his intake from the shelter photo.

Pigeon eats wet and dry food and is litter box perfect.

His foster mom is Harriet in Santa  Cruz.

If you are interested in this kitty you can contact Harriet by email at harrietkitty@comcast.net. Please include at least your name, location, the name of this kitty and phone contact info. Harriet will get back to you as soon as she can. It you are seriously interested in this kitty it s a good idea to fill out an adoption application. If you are unable to reach Harriet , 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!