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|Rescue Me ID: 12-11-19-00140Charlotte (female)|
I have had a beautiful young and very timid female Lynx Point Siamese hanging around my house for almost a year. She either got lost from her humans or was dumped. I have been attempting to capture her for some time as she is NOT feral but very timid/scared. She has already had one litter of kittens this past summer which didn't survive out in the elements. She brought them around for a couple of weeks but then they disappeared and I fear they were killed. I tried capturing her with a humane trap for several weeks but she is pretty sly and refused to go in to get the food. So I have ordered a Freeman Hammock net for cats and am going to TRY to catch her with the net within the next week or so. I am very concerned for her as she has been outside for almost a year now and she has given birth to a SECOND litter which are under my house at the present time. She has not brought her litter around to my food source yet and I don't want to capture her for spaying unless the kittens are eating solid food and not nursing any longer. I also have to capture them as well. This litter is 5 weeks old and I hear them mew faintly from time to time but haven't heard them in a few nights now. I have a spaying voucher to have her spayed once I can capture her. She is very sweet and a very loving cat. I have an inside/outside male cat that protects her and they are buddies. She also doesn't mind my small dog when she is outside. She also will venture into my mudroom if I leave the door ajar and she will eat with my male cat and has even spent the entire night in the mudroom a few weeks before she gave birth. She also uses the mudroom litter box so I know that at one point she was an inside cat. However, she still does not want to be touched. I really need some help with this one as I am in animal rescue/transport but have never dealt with any animal that runs from me or has little ones under my house! I have some other good pictures of her on my mobile phone (one of her and my male cat snoozing together) and will gladly send them to whomever requests one. Any foster/rescue adopters out there that would like a beautiful Siamese and/or her kittens? I know that someone who can spend a bit of time and patience one-on-one with Charlotte will soon have themselves a very sweet and loving companion. I can tell she really wants to be an inside cat again. (Note: The brown spots in the photo on her fur were just little stickers from being outside --her coat is still beautiful and she doesn't have a mark on her!) (Less)
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