Blue is a beautiful medium-haired silver/gray Siamese with one curled ear. He is incredibly loving to his favorite humans and eagerly runs when you turn on any faucet because he loves to drink fresh water from a running tap. He gets along with our dog with no issues. Blue is finicky about who he likes. He should not be in a home with small children for this reason. His ideal home has no other cats because we've found that, while he does get along with some cats, he can be a major bully to cats who have a more submissive nature. Blue is often snippy with new people, even though he readily approaches them. Any family adopting him should be prepared for at least a couple weeks of him not wanting much to do with you and maybe him swiping at your feet when passing by a couch or closed door where he's hiding. His new family should also be able to provide him a home without too many new visitors, especially in his initial time getting used to his new surroundings, and be ready to put him in a closed bed or bathroom if needed when visitors are over. Blue is worth the initial troubles with him getting used to a new home and worth the work needed to ensure that he is safely kept from new visitors and small children. With space and time, he came out of his shell and started sitting closer to us until he sat on us, and now I would call him among the most loving (with us - again, not new people) cats I've ever spent time with. If you can be patient and give him a quiet home with no other cats, please consider Blue!
Kari & Gautam P are his foster parents. The adoption fee for Blue is $70. If more than one cat or kitten is adopted the adoption fees are discounted, please complete our online application form if you are interested in adopting Blue. A volunteer will contact you within approximately 48-72 hours.
All Kalamazoo Animal Rescue cats & kittens are spayed or neutered and feline leukemia tested prior to adoption. They also are given medication to rid them of roundworms and checked and treated for fleas & ear mites, if needed. All are given distemper vaccinations and depending on how long the pet has been in foster care, a booster vaccine may be necessary after adoption which will be the responsibility of the adopter. Additional vet care may have been provided depending on the particular animal's needs. Most cats and kittens are microchipped when they are spayed or neutered.