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Simone is a 3 year old Siamese mix. Simone showed up here when she was just a kitten. We didn't know if she was a girl or boy as she wouldn't let us near enough to find out.
Angel is a 5 year old Siamese/Tabby. Angel was about 1 year old when we asked a neighbor to surrender her to us. Angel was very sick and not spayed. The neighbor was not able or willing to provide her medical care. She had 10 cats living in a one bedroom apartment.
Kat is a 3 year old half Siamese and domestic black shorthair. Kat was abandoned and left outdoors by her previous owner after the family decided she was too much of a hassle to care for.
Isabella is a 1 year old Siamese mix. Isabella and her sister Polly were given to me by a co-worker. Bella loves to chase bugs, run through the garden and cuddle.
These pictures were taken by my cousin who was crazy enough to put him in a leash when I was in Mexico.
We fostered Frank from our local Humane Society, and we fell in love with him.
Elway is a 4 year old Siamese mix. My son chose Elway as a tiny kitten; he had to be bottle fed! He was a cute little white fuzzball! Elway likes to play in boxes and play with foil balls.
In this picture, Vegas was maybe 1 and Reno was 6 months. Vegas is a Seal Point Siamese and Reno is a mix breed with some Siamese in him. They are both male.
I got Piper a couple of months ago from a run down neighborhood. She is now healthy and so funny.
This is Malley, an 8 year old Siamese mix. I adopted Malley when he was just a baby. I adopted him from a foster home from an organization in our area called Animal Aid. He loves to play with cat nip pillows and with glitter balls.
I rescued Buttercup and her 3 kittens from a kill shelter in North Georgia in 2013. Buttercup loves to play with her ribbon toys (a crunchy toy with ribbons that come out of it). She loves to chase catnip mice and bat a ball around the circular scratcher.
Frightful is 12 years old. We have had him since the day he was born. He is a big, big baby. His mother is a jet black Oriental Siamese, and we are guessing his father was a Tabby, an American Short Hair by the looks of him.
We live out in the country and our area has a lot of feral cats. We had been feeding one feral, who we called Kiki, each night when suddenly this big grey bully showed up and scared Kiki away. He refused to leave, but was so sweet he stole our hearts. We immediately realized he was too friendly to be a feral.
Numi has appeared in Thriftyfun before. I just wanted to share this recent photo. He looks like he is posing on a pedestal. He can certainly be full of himself.
Roo is my 7 year old Siamese-Abyssinian cross. Roo came to us as a foster cat whilst awaiting his new home in the south of England. His new family, happy 'staff' of three other cats, rescued him from a semi-feral life near their holiday caravan park ...
Tobie was a rescue (he was found in a sack tied shut in the desert meowing - with his brother, a tabby cat). He likes to fetch Q-tips.
We got him from my older brother's friend when he was 8 months old.
I found him 2 years ago. He loves to climb.
She was given birth by a feral cat 4 years ago. I communicated with her mother until she trusted me. There were only 4 kittens total. Choco, her mom, brother, and sisters live happily with me now. They got neutered and had all their shots. This is a family that will always play together and stay together.
Emory is a little guy we took in as a kitten, and Lilly is one of our kittens until I find the perfect home. If that never happens, she will always have a home right here ;)
A lady from our church was trying to find a home for her friend's three little kittens. So I took them. Bailey, the lighter of the two, seeks me out to nurse on my neck, and Emory lays around, watching Bailey. The two are never far away from one another. They are very bonded.