Honestly, I feel really creeped out about the business of cat breeding. My interactions with the breeders have been less than positive. This week I visited the Cat Adoption Team and the Oregon Humane Society.
There are a couple of cats I’m considering. I’m meeting Tatiana at Petsmart tonight at 6:16 pm. She is in foster care at Indigo Rescue.
A siamese/himalayan mix, she endured and survived abandonment and starvation and yet has maintained her very sweet and mellow temperament. She is completely undemanding and is content spending her day napping in a warm bed.
Weighing in at 5 pounds and believed to be approximately 5 years of age, she has recently been spayed and has undergone some much needed dental work.
Kit is at the Humane Society. Kit is a beautiful lady who is looking for a very special home. She is an independent girl who just wants a warm place to curl up and nap. She has been around older children and done fine in the past but an adult only home may be best. Kit would love to be the only princess in your home seeing as she does not get along with other cats too well. Come visit this stunning girl today and see if she’s the one for you!
Kit is a bengal who is the most beautiful cat I’ve ever seen. She hates being picked up and was more interested in exploring the room than playing with me. She did climb on my lap and play with my hair. When I first saw Kit she reached a paw out and patted me on the head.
She is missing fur from being shaved to attend to cat fight wounds. She hates other cats. The breed info says the females are independent and prefer being petted or played with to being held. And are really only affectionate with their owners.