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Trying to find a safe home for my Siamese

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scootinFun Wed 13-Sep-17 22:21:11

I own a three year Siamese who has very little vision after being scratched in the eyes as a kitten. She has now start dashing across and up the road disappearing for up to 12 hours. I am looking at rejoining her as she won't stay home and will end up run over as it is a busy road with a school on it. I can't keep her in as I have 2 DS's who are in and out all the time. Is anyone interested in giving her a safe home where she is either in all the time or is very rural? We have tried everything but she continues to run off and not come to us. She has a fab personality and it's killing me to let her go 😞

scootinFun Wed 13-Sep-17 22:24:18

Aarh stupid predictive text - looking at rehoming her, not rejoining!

lljkk Wed 13-Sep-17 22:28:31

bump. x
You don't say where you live?
Have you been in touch with any local rehoming charities?

scootinFun Wed 13-Sep-17 22:58:29

I gave been in touch with Siamese rescue. I live in High Peak area.

obsessedlex Thu 14-Sep-17 22:19:13

She's gorgeous - I'm sure someone will be delighted to give her a country home xx

scootinFun Thu 05-Oct-17 15:28:04

It looks like I will be leaving the UK and need to rehome both my Siamese by January. Is there anyone out there with a large garden on a quiet road who would love a pair of neutered chipped bundles of love? I live in the Peak District.

scootinFun Thu 05-Oct-17 15:49:33

here they are....

shouldwestayorshouldwego Thu 05-Oct-17 15:58:41

They are lovely. Could you try training them to walk on a harness? Might increase the number of potential new homes for them.

Wolfiefan Thu 05-Oct-17 15:59:32

Please contact a breed rescue. The internet isn't the place to advertise your pets.

shouldwestayorshouldwego Thu 05-Oct-17 17:35:17

ScootinFun said on 14th she had already been in touch with a breed rescue. Might be worth trying some normal rescue centres too now you have a deadline.

scootinFun Thu 05-Oct-17 18:08:45

Thanks Wolfie, but have done that. I am trying to widen the net so to speak.

Vinorosso74 Thu 05-Oct-17 18:12:12

Beautiful. Yes contact a variety of rescue centres as they will have waiting lists of cats to come in.
Cozie is up on all matters Siamese. She may know of ideas on breed rescues.

EachandEveryone Fri 06-Oct-17 10:46:06

Have you listed them on the Siamese Network? My friend is an active member and will do it for you if you havent already.

scootinFun Fri 06-Oct-17 13:59:41

What is the Siamese Network?

EachandEveryone Fri 06-Oct-17 14:20:56

Sorry she meant Siamese networks. Two facebook groups she is on she said you will have a good chance of finding a home for them on there with other people that understand the breed. She has four other wise shes take them in a heart beat. Ive sent photos of the two groups. If you need anymore help to put them on you can email her.Good luck.

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