Saturday, January 11, 2014

NYC: Update. Video! Anna the Siamese still seeking ADOPTION! RE: NO INQUIRIES. ADOPT Anna the 5-year-old Siamese requesting larger, freer environment

1/11/14 ANNA is still seeking a larger room to roam.
She has a new video:
Please apply to adopt or network for her if you can.
Thank you!
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12/23/13 POST
12/23/13 Mia has had no inquiries for Anna who is very beautiful. Please contact Mia for more information and help Anna get to an appropriate home. Thank you!
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12/11/13 POST 
click for Google Doc Flyer - Anna for Adoption
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 3:22 PM
To:
Subject: Anna, a 5 year old Siamese

Dear All,
Anna, a 5-year-old Siamese I rescued on a frigid day in February from a field next to a warehouse in Long Island City, Queens, is still looking for a home.  Attached is a flyer that I'm asking to be posted and/or forwarded.

Anna has been fostered by me since I captured her in 2011 and in all that time she hasn't allowed anyone to pet or hold her.  She will sit several feet away and carry on an extended conversation, but as soon as I or anyone moves in her direction, she disappears.   She will not sleep on the bed if anyone is on it.  She's also put on weight living the more sedentary life indoors. To date she hasn't been adopted due to the fact that when anyone comes to view her, she disappears. 

Anna needs to return to a much larger, freer environment; i.e., a house or even a well-maintained, heated barn.  I imagine she is an incredible mouser and would be happiest if she could return to that lifestyle but under a person's protection. 

Health-wise, Anna was spayed at the time I found her shivering outside the warehouse in the 10 degree blizzard.  Her ear already was cropped and Dr. Patrick Cotter confirmed that when he found the suture line.  Anna is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date as of today, December 11, 2013, against FVRCP and rabies and is micro-chipped.  Her coat is beautiful. Anna does not bite or hiss when captured.  She simply runs from people and it's a chore to re-capture her. She also gets along very well with other cats and has interacted very favorably with several while in foster care.

Please help me to spread the word.  It would be my pleasure to travel up to 100 miles to deliver Anna to an appropriate new home.

Thank you.

Mia Lancaster
Director
Place For Cats, Inc.
New York, NY
212 751 2093

Place For Cats is a 501(c)(3) not for profit rescue and adoption organization incorporated in NYS in 1990.