Katie, a pretty, 6-year-old, bright-blued-eyed, spayed female, Lynx Point Siamese-mix, is in need of a new home. Because of the death a few years ago of her original adopter, and health issues now challenging his widow, Katie is taking applications for prospective new homes.
Six years ago, Katie was discovered at about 3 months of age, living in an old tire in a field in southern California. She likely was someone's lost or abandoned pet, as she was very friendly and people-oriented.
Katie is extremely bright, loves people, and bonds with those who are kind to her. She loves to play with cat toys, enjoys spending time with her people during daily activities, and would adore time in your lap. Katie has had supervised experience with the outdoors, though she has happily been an indoors-only kitty for the last year or two. She is a quiet sleeper, and promises not to disturb you if allowed to share your bed. When you are awake, Katie will enjoy discussing the events of the day with you, and although she has strong opinions, she is an excellent listener and is always willing to consider the other side of the story.
But Katie has one simple requirement: NO OTHER CATS. Likewise, dogs wanting a kitty companion need not apply; Katie will veto them. Gentle children (perhaps older than 7 or 8) would probably pass muster with Katie.
If you think Katie will approve your credentials as a cat lover and prospective adopter, please do complete and submit an online application, and Katie's personal assistant will contact you. If your application looks like a match, she will set up a date for you to visit and interact with Katie at her foster home. Katie says, 'Let's take a meeting!'
The Fine Print — While Community Cat Rescue would love to make our adoptable cats and kittens available to everyone, everywhere, we must limit our adoption service area to San Francisco Peninsula cities and towns. We simply do not have the volunteer-power or financial resources to make home visits (required for all adoptions), delivery of adopted cats/kittens and follow-up visits outside the Peninsula. An occasional, rare exception might be made, but it is not the rule.