Cali the Cat
Fixed (Spayed/Neutered)? Yes
Weight: 6 lbs
City in which animal is located: Ann Arbor
Rehoming fee? Yes
Please note: This is a courtesy listing on HSHV’s site. This animal is available through a private individual, NOT HSHV. For questions, please contact the individual below, not HSHV. Thank you!
Cali is my first love that I’ve had since 2012. She’s a big cuddle bug once she warms up to you and loves sun bathing, scratches behind her ear, under her chin, and belly rubs if she opens it to you. When she sleeps on you, it’s easy to trim her nails. She gives sweet kisses in the process and on occasion, a small warning nip if she wants you to stop for a bit.
She loves playing with catnip infused mousies and loves deli meat as a special treat. She’s vocal first thing in the morning and late at night but stops meowing/howling – she is a Siamese after all 😉 if you say, “Cali, stop!” She likes a clean litter box and will start peeing outside it if it is not maintained. Scooping once a day or every other day is important. She is not picky on the brand of litter.
She has a sensitive stomach so I usually stick with Purina one senior dry cat food or Iams senior dry cat food 1/4 cup each morning and a half can of Blue Buffalo wet food in the evening. When she is hungry, she will not be shy about letting you know (opening the squeakiest door possible very slowly, chewing on the loudest plastic bag, or running in and out of whatever room you are in). She knows how to get your attention. Funny girl this one…
She likes peace and quiet. Usually plays by herself and sleeps most of the day. She does enjoy being next to her human and will start purring within a few seconds of petting her (it’s pretty quiet – I usually feel her purrs under her chin). She does really well at night sleeping next to you without walking all over your pillow, your face, and being in your personal space too much. She also does fine roaming the house or being put in her own room at night.
In a new place, she will hide for awhile. She needs her own time to adjust. Soothing voices, deli meat or a few treats help her feel a little more at ease. She doesn’t eat much when she is stressed so putting her food in her hiding spot helps. Eventually, I’d say about 3-4 days she will start exploring. I LOVE seeing her happy little feet prance about when she is finally comfortable. Her zoomies have always been one of my favorite things but she has stopped doing that here. I would very much love for her next home to be her final home as I had hoped mine would be. She has so much love to give you.
If you are interested in adopting Cali, please contact Kara at 734-488-0275 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This animal is listed as a courtesy on our site, but is available through this individual. For questions, please contact the individual listed, not HSHV. Thank you!