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Siamese / Mixed (short coat)  : :  Female  : :  Young  : :  Small

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About Blossom

  • Status: Adopted!
  • Species: Cat
  • Color: Lynx point Siamese
  • Current Age: 2 Years 11 Months (best estimate)
  • Declawed: No
A tiny girl, a dead ringer for a Lynx point Siamese or Lynx point Snowshoe.  Our color choices on the web site didn't really fit her very well.  FELV/FIV negative, shots, spayed, microchipped.  Adoption fee and excellent vet reference required. 

I asked her rescuer/foster mom to describe her:

Her positives are she is obviously beautiful. She loves all other cats. She is young and extremely playful. She likes to be out in the thick of things--she does not hide. If treats are given out, she is front and center with the best of them. Her only real drawback is she does not trust people--hard to say if time will mellow her, but currently she does not want attention from people. She will come when called but will not come up to you. Most times if you approach her she will move away just enough so you can't reach her. If she allows you to pet her, she is very nervous about it and you can only get a couple pets in before she starts to panic and sometimes will swipe at your hand if she can't get away or you don't stop. She never uses her claws--it's a defensive move that allows her to retreat. Swipe and run--she doesn't ever hit anything--it's just a tactic to get away. Don't know what her past experiences with people were but apparently not good; or she may just be a little neurotic by nature. This said, she is a sweet impish character that brings joy to the household. She loves to scratch on the scratching posts and sit in the cat trees. 
I believe her attributes far outweigh her idiosyncrasies. She would make a wonderful companion to another cat--she likes to snuggles with other cats and loves to chase and scamper with other cats as well as play with toys. She would not make a good companion for a person--she does not crave affection and is definitely not a lap cat. She requires a special home with a person who is a true cat lover and appreciates her distinct personality.

Note: the last photo is before she was rescued.  She's 100% indoor now.

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