Claire will have up to date vacanations, and the papers to go with it, I'll buy her food up to a few months to give to you for her, a cat litter box if you need one and cat litter plus a mat, also food trays.
SHES NOT AN OUTSIDE CAT.
She's a lynx point siamese cat.
Claire, sometimes I call her Claire bear, is such a sweet heart. It take some time for her to warm up to people, so she will probably hide for a couple days. She's older so she doesn't really do much except sit or sleep around, but she loves lap sitting, and following her owner around. She's not a very social cat, so she will hide if there are people she doesn't know over. If you have older kids, it'll be better for her than younger.
She doesn't bite anyone, or scratch people, she will paw you though if she's hungry or wants some attention, not hard but if it bothers you I recommend cutting her nails often.
Her tail will flick excessively if you're petting her too much so always watch her tails or else she will run away from you. She doesn't like being picked up, but she really loves sitting on laps, so if you watch TV, or use a computer or reading or playing video games she will casually sit you till you move.
If you buy her toys, the best is the toys that you flick around, not those little mouses.
She's not good around little kids, unless your kids don't try to pick her up, or like corner her or pet her too roughly.
She likes cat treats so if you leave them around for her or out them in front of hee, she will like you more, just don't try to force yourself on her.
AGAIN SHES NOT AN OUTSIDE CAT. She does enjoy going outside with her owner though, but she doesn't like being outside by herself, again only under supervision. She won't ever run away, you can let her out in the front or back yard with you and she will just roam around but she's scared or loud noises and lots of people so don't ever worry about her leaving when she's used to you, I wouldn't recommend taking her out till she's used to you though.
I only feed her wet food, but she will eat dry food too, you can tell if she doesn't like a food, she just won't eat it.
She doesn't have any diseases or issues, and has never bitten or scratched or attacked anyone. She was raised with a Chihuahua but she doesn't do well with other dogs really. Shes good with other cats as long as they don't bother her, so kittens aren't the best for her since she's older.
She doesn't like her feet or her tummy touched. You can get away with touching her tummy a little bit but don't over due it. She loves her neck and her head being rubbed though.
I bathe her once a month, she doesn't like it, she won't bite or anything but will cry a lot, and Try to escape or climb up you so be careful if you wash her.
SHE DOESNT EAT HUMAN FOOD, and she will not so do not try to feed it to her, she's an animal.
But you'll love her, she's so funny. She will roll over her owner whenever she sees you, she will roll down the stairs, she will talk to you if she misses you. She's so cute, she will nap with you all day if she could and follow you all over the casa. She will tell you about her day and if you take her out she will roll out in the sun. She's so beautiful and has big crystal blue eyes, you'll get compliments for her every where you go.
Shes good tempered, non problematic cat, doesn't knock things iver, doesn't beg, doesn't eat human food, litter trained, clean, beautiful, sweet baby girl, and I just hope someone gets her and adores her as much as I do because I've had her for six years and she's the best lil thing that happened to me.
Created On: 10-08-2018
Updated On: 10-09-2018