Flame Point Siamese Cat For Rehoming in Seattle – Adopt Rusty Today!

Hi, My name is Rusty!

Flame Point Siamese Cat For Adoption in Seattle

Rusty is a purebred flame point Siamese cat. He is just 5 years old, very healthy, neutered and up to date on his shots. Rusty weighs about 15 pounds.

Rusty - Flame Point Siamese Cat For Adoption Seattle Rusty is a very affectionate and people loving cat. He really enjoys spending time with you and is very cuddly. Rusty has a laid back personality and doesn’t mind when people come over to visit. He is also OK with cat-friendly children and dogs, as well as other cats.

His owner loves Rusty very much, but trying to find a rental that will allow 2 cats is quite a challenge. He is dearly hoping to find a fantastic new home where Rusty will be cherished. Rusty will be rehomed with any supplies the owner has for him.

If you would like to offer Rusty a home, please contact us asap.

Request to Meet Rusty Here!

There is a $50 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies will be included.


All About Rusty

Rusty - Flame Point Siamese Cat For Adoption Seattle

Name of Pet: Rusty
Location: Seattle, WA, 98144
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed of Pet: Flame-tip Siamese
Sex of Pet:

Age of Pet: 5
Spayed/Neutered?: Yes
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Yes
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Good with Children?: Yes
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Crate Trained?:
Accessories Included: His litter box, his toys and his sitting cushion.

Rusty’s Personality

1) He’s relatively low maintenance
2) Where as most cats don’t seem to care if you’re around, he does. He wants your attention and affection!
3) He has a low key, laid back personality
4) It’s funny watching him play outside
5) He is SOOOO cuddly!

Rusty’s Current Home Environment

Before I moved there was plenty of living space inside and a yard for him to play in. Now we’re are a 350 sq ft mini-flat

Rusty’s Current Family:

Rusty - Flame Point Siamese Cat For Adoption SeattleI have a large extended family but I am a single male living on my own. However, I’ve had room-mates in the past who had children and other pets and Rusty never had a problem getting along with anyone.

Rusty’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?

He goes wild whenever I pop a can of wet food. I generally get him Friskies but will sometimes get the more expensive stuff, he likes it all. He loves his catnip, but what cat doesn’t. Playing in a tall grass is definitely a favorite activity of his. He also likes hit toy mouse but he tends to get board with it unless it has fresh catnip in it. Other than that he loves to sleep on his sitting cushion.

Cute Rusty Story:

Once I was walking into the living room and he started walking around my legs to get my attention like cats do. He stopped right in front of me and as I stepped up to him, instead of getting out of the way he just plopped down on my feet and started purring. Stopped my right in my tracks and I had no choice but to sit down and give him some love.

Why is Rusty Being Rehomed?

I have 2 cats. For one thing it has been a major obstacle finding housing situations in Seattle with 2 cats. I have been denied several times and told that it would be different if I just had one. Because of that I have wound up in a very small 350 Sq Ft mini-flat. But more than that, the living situation I’m in now is so small that I can no longer justify having 2 animals. It has been an incredibly tough decision to make (not only to give one up but WHICH one to give up) but I have come to the conclusion that the best option is give Rusty to a family with ample space and a stable living situation. It will make it much easier for me to find a better housing arrangement and it will be better for him having the space he needs as well as a loving family.

Rusty’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:

First and foremost, a family that will love him and take as good if not better care of him than I have! They have to be stable and willing to love Rusty. He needs room to roam around and while a yard or outdoor space isn’t required, he would really love having that kind of freedom. More than anything I just want to know that he’s going to be OK and happy and that’s what I need a prospective adoptee to provide. Some peace of mind.

Additional Comments:

Staying in touch with Rusty and the adoptive family isn’t an absolute requirement but it would be cool to get e-mail updates with pictures once in awhile. If you need it, I can take better pictures and make a youtube video if that will help with the adoptive process, just let me know. Unfortunately I have moved around so much over the last 5 years that I have taken him to different vets every time he had to go in. I can’t recall any of the clinics or their contact information. I’m pretty sure he is up to date on his shots but it has been about a year and a half since I last took him to the vet.
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