Stunning Lynx Point Siamese Cat For Adoption Near Atlanta GA
Ariel is a very healthy 10 years young Lynx Point Siamese cat. She is up to date on shots and very well behaved.
Shy at first, once Ariel gets to know you she will lay on your lap for hours, purring away.
She will be adopted with all supplies and vet records. Please offer this beautiful Siamese cat a loving home today. She can be adopted on her own, but would love to bring her best friend, Tom, a handsome black and white Tuxedo cat along with her.
She is good with cat-friendly dogs and cats. She would also be fine with respectful older children.
There is a $25 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies and vet records will be included.
Ariel can be adopted on her own, but why not double the purrs and also adopt her best friend, Tom, a sweet black and white Tuxedo cat?
Questions about Ariel?? Text “Ariel” to (888) 833-2128 or email AdoptAriel@cat-lover.us. We look forward to hearing from you.
All About Ariel – Stunning Lynx Point Siamese Cat For Adoption in Kennesaw GA
Name of Pet: Ariel
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed of Pet: Siamese/Lynx mix
Sex of Pet: Female
Age of Pet: 10
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Yes
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Accessories Included: Food, flea medication, bedding, toys, scratching posts
Ariel is a little shy until she gets to you know you. She will sit next to you or on your lap for hours. But she doesn’t like to be picked up. She is strictly an indoor cat.
Ariel’s Current Home Environment
We live in a single family home with another cat and a dog. However, we have just sold our house and are downsizing.
Ariel’s Current Family:
We just retired this year. We have two grown children who are both married and don’t live with us. Neither can take the cats due to allergies.
Ariel’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
Ariel just wants to be with you. She loves good food and companionship.
Cute Ariel Story:
Ariel was very shy when we first brought her into our home. Now she has a very intimate relationship with our dog, and rubs against him. She is not at all afraid of dogs.
Why is Ariel Being Rehomed?
We have just retired and have sold our home. We have put our things in storage and have a temporary place to stay where we cannot bring our cats. We are uncertain what our living situation is going to be going forward.
Ariel’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
We are looking for a loving family or person to care for Ariel, and if possible, her companion Tom.