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In shelter Cat

O'Fallon, City of Saint Louis, Missou...
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange, White
Coat length:
Farmington Babies

I have taken in four Siamese cats this year, either pregnant or with babies in tow.  Not one of the mama kitties had a Siamese baby, not one.  So darn rude!!!  This mama is often referred to as a Confetti Siamese, because her marking are clear, but also very spotted.  Her babies have finally completed all vet work and are ready for adoption, mom will be coming very soon.  Quite the mix of babies on this litter and mama had seven of them and handled them all very well.  Two of the kittens are medium haired, and the type of hair that looks like it needs brushing even after you have brushed it!!  Both girls, Black female is Zuzana and the gray female is Tercy.  Three orange and white boys, a gray boy with a mustache, and one buff boy.  All will be a bit freaked out in a new home and some patience is required.  They are all playful and get along with other kitties but have been in the same room for too long.  It takes extra time to get vet appointments and kitten season often challenges our space and time.  Normally we like to change up their environments to get them used to adapting to new spaces, but right now I just do not have the extra space!  So our first visit to PetSmart will be a challenge for them, and I am sure new people and a new home will be scary too!  Be patient!  The gray boy with the mustache is Bidhya and is Heartland #12607Cl, the gray fluffy girl is Tercy and is Heartland #12608CL, the orange and white boys are Pascal 12609Cl, Razor 12610Cl, and Mette 12611CL.  The black female is Zuzana 12612CL, and the buff boy is Khoung 12613CL.  All are altered, up to date on kitten shots, micro chipped, negative for FIV and FeLV, and have been treated and tested for parasites.



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