Three beloved Siamese cats need a new home

— Photo from Sue Green

This Siamese cat is one of three pure-bred siblings up for adoption.

Following is a description from the owners of three cats who must leave them behind when they go to live in Russia.

We have three beautiful full-bred Siamese cats. All are brothers and sisters. All are completely up to date with medical exams and vaccinations. They all are negative for leukemia and other common ailments.

They have been under constant care of an excellent local veterinarian. They are in excellent health. They were raised with dogs until our beloved boxer passed away at an old age. They are a little shy with strangers, but adapt quickly.

They are all indoor cats. All are even-tempered and are never ill-tempered.

The first is a lovely female which is 5 years old. She is very sweet and delicate and a joy to have around. She loves to cuddle and is not very demanding. Her name is Lucy and she is pretty quiet for a Siamese. She is thin and has incredibly blue eyes. She is the most inquisitive of them all.

Timmy is a big boy. He eats too much and needs to be fed less, but we are overindulgent parents. He is 4 years old and very friendly. He is shy but loves to cuddle on the couch. He, too, has very beautiful blue eyes. He likes to talk when he is hungry or needs attention.

Sammy is Timmy’s littermate but he is thin. He loves people but only for a little bit. He is really calm, and loves attention, but he is not demanding of attention and likes to be held a little and then he is off to take a nap. He has the bluest eyes and is talkative at dinner time.

We are preparing for retirement plans and are not able to keep our kitties as we are moving to Russia. It is hard to give them up, but we will be assured they will have a good, loving home.

Please contact Alexis at 518-925-9165 for more information or if you would like to meet these kitties.


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