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post #1 of 19
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So, I found this girl -ON- a Wendys drivethru window last night, where she'd been hanging out for three hours. I've already put up fliers/called animal control/put found add in newspaper, and I'll be taking her to get scanned for a microchip on Thursday.

My question is: What is she? I know next to nothing about colors/breeds, but am thinking that she's at least part siamese, and that maybe I could call the breeders around here to continue the tracking down her owner

She does have blue eyes... which are impossible to photgraph at night!









post #2 of 19
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The other thing that makes me think she's siamese - she's got the same personality that the cats my aunt had when I was little had - she can't decide whether she wants to be petted or not! She could be on her back, rolling around and purring, and then with no warning, she's batting at you and hissing.

Poor confused kitty!
post #3 of 19
Without papers ...but definitely a meezer - Trad Style!
post #4 of 19
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The other thing that worries me? I can see her nipples... as if.. she's grooming the fur away from them. She doesn't -look- too fat...

Owner better call. I can't have anymore cats. Argh!
post #5 of 19
She's BEAUTIFUL! I can't imagine anyone letting such a pretty girl run away and not be going crazy looking for her!
post #6 of 19
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Originally Posted by waxlight View Post
The other thing that worries me? I can see her nipples... as if.. she's grooming the fur away from them. She doesn't -look- too fat...

Owner better call. I can't have anymore cats. Argh!
Probably, and I'm being cynical. I admit it, why she was dumped perhaps?
post #7 of 19
What a pretty girl!

It is possible that she's not spayed, but I would not worry too much about the nipples, some cats just have visible nipples and others simply have a fascination with their own nipples.

I got a girl here, Cassi in my sig, that is fascinated with her nipples and keeps her fur licked in a circular pattern away from them, so they are always visible
post #8 of 19
From your description of her behavior and the photo evidence, she could very well be in heat and that is why she was outside to begin with. She escaped.

Most female cats that don't know a person very well, won't roll on their backs, unless they are in heat.
post #9 of 19
I agree, she's a pet quality siamese - more of the traditional style. And will agree its a good possibility she's either in heat or pregnant. I'm not sure if I'd want the owner to have her back! She may be from a backyard breeder!
post #10 of 19
The way she's rolling around in those pictures makes me think she's hormonal somehow...

You are a stray cat and kitten magnet!
post #11 of 19
She is beautifull my guess is she is someones cat.
post #12 of 19
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The way she's rolling around in those pictures makes me think she's hormonal somehow...
All the boys in my house are neutered! And she's seperated from the other cats (and behind two doors from the outside), so I should be good...

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You are a stray cat and kitten magnet!
I am apparently not allowed to have less than 10 cats. Everytime I get below that number, something happens...

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I agree, she's a pet quality siamese - more of the traditional style. And will agree its a good possibility she's either in heat or pregnant. I'm not sure if I'd want the owner to have her back! She may be from a backyard breeder!
Well, no word yet. I figured if I didn't hear anything in three weeks, I'd take her to my vet to make sure she's spayed/get her spayed, and start looking for homes. I'm thinking it won't be too hard to find a good home for a declawed/spayed/female siamese I'd keep her, but I really can't have 10 cats :P
post #13 of 19
OHHH man the cat was outside and declawed ! Geezzzzzzzzz I'd not try too hard to find the owner in that case.

BTW she's a seal point
post #14 of 19
What a pretty seal point meezer girl. You sure you don't have room for one more? Have you tried contacting a Siamese Rescue in MI? There are a few of them...

http://members.petfinder.org/~MI235/index.html

http://www.purrssiameserescue.com/

http://www.mi-siamese-rescue.com/

info:

http://purebredcatbreedrescue.org/siamese.htm
http://www.netpets.com/cats/catresc/groups/catsiam.html
post #15 of 19
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I agree, she's a pet quality siamese - more of the traditional style. And will agree its a good possibility she's either in heat or pregnant. I'm not sure if I'd want the owner to have her back! She may be from a backyard breeder!
....

I'm starting to think more and more she's pregnant. Her belly is getting very firm, and her sides are sticking out a bit.

I'm thinking that I'm going to have to take her to a vet to confirm, but can anyone suggest anything else I can look for in a pregnant cat? (her nipples are apparent, but someone else suggested that some shorthaired cats can have more obvious nipples than others)
post #16 of 19
I have a soft spot for traditional siamese! She is so cute! Shame someone left her out. She is too pretty and perfect to be a mix. Hope everything goes okay. Good luck with her. Let us know if you will be expecting babies!
post #17 of 19
Any updates on this little girl?
post #18 of 19
She looks like a traditional style seal point Siamese. I'd say she's very young, because her base fur is still quite light. I'd also say she probably is in heat. Maybe her owners put her out because they couldn't handle the yowling. It is very cruel of them to put a declawed kitty outside. It's possible that she got out accidently, though. However, you'd think her owners would be frantically trying to find her. Poor little thing.
post #19 of 19
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She looks like a traditional style seal point Siamese. I'd say she's very young, because her base fur is still quite light. I'd also say she probably is in heat. Maybe her owners put her out because they couldn't handle the yowling. It is very cruel of them to put a declawed kitty outside. It's possible that she got out accidently, though. However, you'd think her owners would be frantically trying to find her. Poor little thing.
what is really sick is that they declawed her but didn't spay her...
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