If you are interested, check out Meezerpleasers which handles Siamese and Orientals, Siamese Rescue, which often also has Orientals, these Purebred rescue contacts. or you can always look at Petfinders and see what kitties of all types are in desperate need of permanent loving homes are near to you.
Kittens and Cats
Kittens, Young Adults, Special Needs Kitties
registered Kittens are
selected homes at a minimum age of 12 to 16 weeks, they are bedroom
guaranteed free of FeLV and FIV, and have been vaccinated against
Panleukopenia, and Rhinotracheitis. They are sold either already
or spayed, or with spay/neuter contracts.
I love to get pictures back from owners of cats that I raised as kittens, take a look at some sample photos of Synergy cats from their human companions
Not sure that you want to deal with the high activity level of a kitten?
Willing to spend time getting to know a mature cat?
Do you want a pedigreed cat of known personality, already neutered or spayed, for substantially less $ than a kitten?
Consider adopting a "retired" adult. Most of these cats were show cats/ moms or dads. Their offspring are carrying on the work that they are done with. They now look forward to a long and happy retirement as someones beloved lap-cat.
YOUNG ADULTS: I look forward to finding my young adults good homes where they can be loved, played with, and spoiled as they deserve to be. These cats are all neutered or spayed, and are mainly retired show-cats and/or breeders. I don't breed cats for very long as it is hard on cats to be kept "whole" for more than a few years. In fact there is evidence that cats that are neutered or spayed before sexual maturity stand less risk of getting some diseases/cancers. For those on a budget, these cats are less expensive than kittens, they are also more restrained than the rather exhuberant kittens. Their individual personalities are well known. They are a bit slower in adjusting to new homes and animal companions, but make as wonderful of companions as kittens do.
Most pictures are recent and taken at home by Heather Lorimer. No photos on this page may be reproduced without permission
Currently I also have
3 young adult lynx-point, two spays and a neuter. The neuter is a
retired show cat (SGC Synergy Stratfurrd of Balimoor) and the spays are
his daughters. The girls are shy and need to go to a home with a
person who will pay them special attention and get them put of their
shells. They were born in August 2007. Their father, a more
gregarious cat, was born in February 2003. His daughters adore
and I would like him to accompany one or both. Below are the girls as
little kittens along with siblings and cousins.
I also have a seal-point
(seal smoke point) named Chandra who is shy as well. Chandra is
spayed, and was born in November 2006.
Here are the lynx-point
girls, Stratfurrd and Chandra, picture taken November 2008.
Special Needs Kitties:
are cats that are available for adoption to homes where they can get
that they need. Each of these cats has an unusual physical or
trait that has caused me to keep them until they are grown and not to
them as kittens for my regular kitten price. These cats all have
that will make them wonderful pets to the right home, but have some
of special need.
The Lynx-point girls could be considered Special Needs because they
are shy. They only need some devoted attention though.
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