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Porcini Siamese & Tortoiseshell Mix Ponte Vedra, FL
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- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
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I am actually a true Siamese, I am more energetic, more playful, more intelligent than other kittens and I love my humans. I love to play with people. They make me really happy. I am not quire as energetic as my Morchello, but I can jump just as high, run just as fast and catch my prey jsu a little better.
Here is what my foster mom says about me - "Siamese cats are known for superior intellidnce. They are able to open doors and cupboards, stealing items from around the house and hiding them away, and having the knack for getting into mischief if not properly supervised. Porcini is all Siamese and as a female - does not like getting caught doing something stupid. She is particular about the toys she plays with - but is alway happy to engage with people. She really comes to life when given attention. She is extremely affectonate and will stick to you like glue. She wants to love and adore you!
Most people immediately focus on the fact that they look beautiful, but please consider all of the Siamese traits as you are deciding whether to make one of these cats your companion for many years to come. Most Siamese are not content to sit serenely on the sofa and passively observe what’s going on — they want to be right in the middle of everything, helping and supervising whatever you are doing. This behavior extends far past the typical kitten age, and it is not unusual for a Siamese in her teens to joyfully romp after a string or toss a catnip mouse in the air.
Because Siamese bond so well with humans, need affection, entertainment, toys, and stimulation to keep them happy, this is NOT a cat for someone who lives alone or works away from home for more the 8 hours a day. This gal needs a companion. It is any absolute must for Porcini. A second (or third, or forth) feline companion can go along way towards keeping this little fellow from being lonely."