Seal Point Siamese
Dear future family,
Hello! My name is Tye, short for “Thailand,” because that’s where my Siamese ancestors originated. In fact, I’m the oldest breed of domestic cat (well, not me personally – I’m only two-and-a-half) and in ancient Thailand, I was considered sacred. I think it’s important that you bear that in mind when you adopt me. (Don’t worry, I’ll remind you of it often.) I was recently rescued from a park. What was I doing in a park, you ask? The answer is that I was looking for dog friends to play with! I’m very affectionate and I love dogs, other cats, and people. But being lost in the park was quite enough adventure for me, and I’m ready for a quiet life, so I’d do best in a peaceful home without small children.
I have brilliant, sapphire blue eyes and I’m all ready for winter with my little brown fur boots. It’s as if somebody dipped my paws and my tail in chocolate! But even though I’m a very pretty kitty, please don’t think I’m arrogant or vain. On the contrary, I have a very sweet disposition, and I’m loving and loyal. Bonus: like all Siamese cats, I’m an excellent conversationalist. When you come back from work or school, you can tell me all about your day and I’ll give you lots of good advice for FREE. And if you’re debating whether to give me food and cuddles now versus later, I can helpfully and loudly share my opinion on that (spoiler alert: the answer is always “now”).
Love and kitty kisses,
Tye 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, Tye 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.
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First posted December 28, 2017.