4 month old • Female
Siamese, blue eyes, white spot on face.
Got Milk? Zoey is a gorgeous siamese with a splash of white on her face. Of the three sisters (Zoey, Mia and Luna), Zoey is the more cautious and remains shy around people she doesn't know. She will tolerate her foster mom holding her, but she's not crazy about it. Whether she will eventually become a lap cat, or retain her independence into adulthood, only time will tell. What is for sure is that she is a sweet, gentle little girl who had a rough life as a baby and now enjoying the comforts of home. She clearly likes the company of people, but from a distance. She is tightly bonded to her sisters, and needs to be adopted with one of them— ideally with both.
Because Zoey is still shy, scared of loud noises and not yet entirely trusting of strangers, she needs to be adopted in a quiet home. A couple without children or other pets, or a single person, would be ideal.
Because Zoey is younger than 6 months of age, it is IAR policy that she must be adopted with another kitten or into a household with a young cat (general guideline of 2 years or younger but on a case by case basis).
Zoey was born in April under a trailer in a very rural area. A nice lady fed her and her sisters when they were old enough and began socializing them. In June, the lady notified IAR, and they were gathered up and brought into foster care.
No known health problems.