Seal Point Siamese
Need a hand solving the Mystery of the Missing Chicken? Could it have been Miss Scarlett in the Billiard Room with the Feather-toy?
Of course not! (Well, possibly not.) Just look at her innocent little face! Our Scarlett is a stunning seal-point, with a soft, fawn-colored coat, beautiful chocolate markings on her face and paws, and eyes as blue as a robin’s egg.
Now that her kittens are all grown up, this sweet-natured mama cat is ready for some well-deserved pampering and spa treatments. Perhaps a pawdicure or two? Scarlett isn’t a rock’n’roll kitty: loud noises and sudden movements make her jump, so she’d do best in a calm household without small children. But she loves other cats and is very affectionate towards people, too. Scarlett is FIV+, but she’s asked us to tell you that she intends to live a long and happy life, and that she hopes you won’t overlook her. She thinks she might just be the missing kitty puzzle piece in your life!
Just like her namesake Scarlett O’Hara at the end of “Gone With The Wind,” our kitty Scarlett is sometimes overheard murmuring to herself, “Home. I’ll go home.” More specifically, she’s hoping to go to your home, and if there’s a soft cat-bed, some tasty treats, and a lovely human for her rub her head against and purr at, all the better. “After all, tomorrow is another day,” says Scarlett. Perhaps it’ll be the day she gets adopted?
Here are a few links about FIV positive cats and the joy they can bring to your home!
Scarlett will be great in any type of home including with older children and small dogs. She has no special needs and will make a very special addition to the family.
Like all SNAP pets, Scarlett is spayed, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.
SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to spay and neutering programs, rescues and adoptions for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news.
First posted July 30, 2018.