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Snow Bell

Female Adult Siamese

If you have any questions about Snow Bell, please contact Forgotten Felines of Culpeper at goodmews22@aol.com

Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

About Snow Bell

Meet Stuart Little ( blue-eyed, pure-bred Javanese) and sister, Snow Bell (blue-eyed, pure-bred Balinese). The different names depict the coloring pattern of the cat, please see link below for more information.) These 6 year old cats are bonded and are looking for a home together. Sadly, their owner is no longer able to care for them and the family has made the difficult decision to place them in our care so that we may find a great new home for them.

Stuart and Snow Bell are friendly, but shy around strangers at first, until they get to know you. They have recently been through a big change, after all. We are told they were great companions (this breed is known for their companionship) to their owner. Their perfect home would be a quiet, low activity home with no children and no dogs.

Both Stuart Little and Snow Bell are spayed/neutered, have their rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, and are microchipped with a lifetime registration. For more information on this breed, please see: https://www.purina.com/cats/cat-breeds/balinese-javanese

If interested, please go to: https://www.forgottenfelinesculpeper.org/adopt-form  You can read about our adoption process and in the upper right corner, you can print and fill out an application and email to catapplication22@gmail.com

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Details

Name
Snow Bell
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Primary Color
Cream
Secondary Color
Gray
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
NO
Ok with cats
YES

Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

P.O. Box 342 Culpeper VA 22701

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Alexus

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Tabby

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Russian Blue

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Karen

Abyssinian

Meet Karen! Karen is a beautiful, long and sleek, Abyssinian mix, about a year old. She was the mom of  7 kittens (Albert, Florence, Emm... show more

Meet Karen! Karen is a beautiful, long and sleek, Abyssinian mix, about a year old. She was the mom of  7 kittens (Albert, Florence, Emmett, Percy, Rosalind, Mae, & Ashanti).  She came to us on July 1st from a high kill shelter, escaping death, as she and her young family were on the euthanasia list.  Karen is a lovebug. She loves to walk around the house and say hello to everyone, often rubbing against your leg or placing her forehead into the palm of your hand. She loves to be picked up and cuddled and will watch tv on your lap. The perfect pandemic companion! Karen met her boyfriend, Benson at her foster home and the two are absolutely inseprable...and hysterical to watch. Karen and Benson … a love story that plays like Lady and the Tramp. Both escaped death row at the kill shelter, months apart from each other. Benson came on May 30th, Karen came with her 7 kittens in tow on July 1st. When Karen finished with mom duties, she would play with the other foster cats and have free-reign of her foster home. At night, she would return to her crate suite until she was acclimated to the foster home. Soon I began to notice that Benson would sleep on the table next to her crate every night, with his paw inside the crate. The next morning, he would wait by her door until she came out and off they would go. They were always together – playing, sleeping, eating, and grooming each other. Karen is a petite little Abyssinian, very cuddly, sweet, and mannerly. While all the other males in the foster home tried to spend time with her, she would only hiss at them, but would always be very sweet with Benson. Benson is a gray, adorable tabby cat. He is your Tramp – rough around the edges, but with a heart of gold. He is super sweet and loving, just doesn’t always show it in the right way, and is socially awkward. He is an explorer and is always getting himself into crazy situations – knocking things over, getting closed in the kitchen lazy-Susan cabinet (twice!), or locked in the hall closet. If someone is here to fix the plumbing – Benson is all over it – in the cabinet, in the toolbox – he needs to know every last detail. He is simply adorable, but can be a bit exasperating as you never know what he will get into next as he follows you all over the house. At times I will raise my voice when he gets into something and Karen will come running to get him out of trouble and lead him away. Benson simply adores her. He watches over her and is always with her and she does the same. If another cat is trying to play with Benson and hides and pounces on him, Karen is all over it – jumping in between the two and hissing. There is no denying these two are very bonded. Sadly, they are still here waiting for their happily ever after. Everyone wants Karen, of course, she is an exotic Abyssinian…but when they hear she must be adopted with her boyfriend, Benson, we don’t hear from them again. No one wants a plain old tabby like Benson. Benson brings the comedy relief. Both are spayed or neutered, received a rabies vaccine, an FVRCP vaccine, tested negative for FIV, and feline leukemia, and both are microchipped with a lifetime registration. Their perfect home would be a home with no other cats and older children, if any. They are indoor only cats. interested in these lovebirds? Please email us GoodMews22@aol,com. show less