Applehead Siamese, Mix
An adotable cat in Austin, TX
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I have a Siamese cat, Jasmine, that is a Tortie Point. She is a beautiful cat we rescued and nursed back to health about 2 Â½ years ago. For the last two years she has done well in our home and with our family. However, my 6 year old daughter and Jasmine donât always get along. Jasmine prefers to be left alone and like a typical Tortie prefers interaction to be on her terms. When my daughter tries to play with her with cat toys or tries to pet her, Jasmine will either bat at my daughter with her paws or try to bite her.
We now have another baby on the way and Iâm concerned that Jasmine will not do well with another child in the home. Especially a baby/toddler age. We do have other pets, a seal point Siamese and a golden retriever, and she does well with them. She even likes to sleep where our dog sleeps, but her personality is one that is better suited for a home where there is older children (high school age), or where there is a couple with no children or empty nesters. I also think she would actually do better in a home where she is the only cat. Even though she does okay with other cats, she prefers to be the center of attention.
Jasmine also is on a special diet food that we get from the vet to help control crystals from developing in her urine as she has had a bladder infection in the last year. So it would need to be someone who could accommodate her dietary needs.
For more information on Jasmine, contact Alyssa at email@example.com.
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