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Magnificent Siamese dumped at Calif. high kill shelter for nipping owner

Wow! The shelter staff notes this is a very friendly and nice cat. Please watch her brief video.
Wow! The shelter staff notes this is a very friendly and nice cat. Please watch her brief video.
Rene Hersey PetConnect.Us

How ironic that this beautiful seal point Siamese cat has been noted to be extremely friendly and nice by the staff of San Bernardino City Animal Shelter, but her previous owner surrendered her for biting. This cat has been quarantined for 12 days and becomes available for adoption on Tuesday, June 24.

A volunteer writes:

"The shelter notes say she's a very nice cat. Funny, the shelter thinks she's nice, but the owner doesn't. Kind of an unusual situation. Rene, who took the photo and video, said this cat is friendly. Don't let an unconfirmed label by a former owner keep you from adopting this beauty."

The cat is seven-years-old, spayed and is not listed on PetHarbor - although that might change on Tuesday as she becomes available for adoption.

Watch her video and listen to her "speak" by clicking here.

For the discussion of this cat on Facebook, please click here.

This cat is at the San Bernardino City Animal Care and Control located at 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA 92408 Information: (909) 384-1304

Hours and days of operation: Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Last pull is 4:30 p.m., so be ready, standing in line, at 4:00 p.m. Adoptions over the phone via credit card for $55.00 plus "refundable" neuter deposit ($75.00 for small cats & dogs).

Please refer to A467277 when inquiring about this cat. Please share her story with friends, family, and coworkers. Sharing saves lives.

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