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Adopt or Buy a Cat?

 

Why not adopt a cat?

Chocolate and blue point Siamese cats

Hanging out together

 

Ah, the controversy. The argument is powerful for this scenario.

 

Too many unwanted pets waiting for a new home. I agree.

 

But…

 

I didn’t create the unwanted kittens.

 

And I can explain my stand on this topic.

 

Lots of unwanted children in foster homes and shelters. You want children, why not adopt or at least foster them? I 100% admire those that take on this challenge. Most will not. They want their own children. I prefer to choose my own cats to find the perfect match to bring harmony in the home.

 

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Cat Destroying Your Furniture?

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Siamese cat that loves to scratch on furniture

Lucy, too cute to be bad…

Furniture Being Destroyed by the Family Pet?

 

Cats love to scratch to mark territory, or maybe just for fun.

 

Have 2 cats and Lily uses the scratching post. Appropriate, wanted behavior. Lucy scratches on everything but the post.

 

Lucy loves to scratch on the tightly woven rugs. Not much of an issue. Questioning how much damage is done and is there sufficient reason to stop her? She wasn’t interested in the tight woven carpet on the scratching board.

 

The carpet she has chosen isn’t expensive. No evidence of the ritual of daily abusive attacks. Keeping her claws clipped helps. Continue reading

Things to Know Before You Ever Buy a Purebred Siamese Cat

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blue point and chocolate point Siamese cats

Blue point (Lucy) on left, and Chocolate point Lily on right.

 

A Siamese is no ordinary feline.

 

CFA (Cat Fanciers Association) recognizes 4 colors.

 

Most people are familiar with the Seal Point. With dark brown pointed ears, tail, legs, face, and fawn to cream body.

 

The Chocolate Point has warm chocolate points and ivory coat. (link)

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Can You Keep Your Cats Content?

 

chocolate point siamese cat laying on coffee table

Lily on the coffee table in the morning sun.

To find out how to keep your cats content. Take time to observe their behavior.

 

It isn’t just keeping their bellies full. Ah yes, they will be happier if they are not hungry. But with too much consumption of food they will become listless. And health issues could be a problem.

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Natural Cat Behavior

 

chocolate point siamese cat enjoying the sunshine

Lily turns 2 years old

The cat’s natural instinct is to climb. And observe from a safe place. Another typical behavior is to get low and hide, which represents fear.

 

The cat’s small stature on the floor is an inadequate perspective of their environment. Providing high places invigorates their spirit for adventure.

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