Dhakh’Ta (pronounced Dock-Tah’)

Siamese - Adult - Female
Adoptable Medium Spayed/NeuteredUp-to-date with routine shotshousetrainedPrefers No DogsPrefers No Kids

Dachta is looking for a furever home Dhakh’Ta (pronounced Dock-Tah’) is a beautiful young spayed female (actual age unknown, we are pretty sure she is somewhere around 2 or 3) needs a loving family with more cats to entertain her. She is a Siamese-Himalayan mix, with perhaps the bluest eyes you’ve ever seen on a cat.

She has had at least one litter of kittens (who have all found new homes). She showed up on the doorstep of a Homeward Bound volunteer looking for food. She obviously was someone’s special kitty, but through whatever circumstance, she either was a stray or abandoned. It is unknown how long she was fending for herself. Due to her breed and her manner of coming to our organization, she was given the name of Dhakh’Ta, which is the Tibetan word for “wanderer”.

She doesn’t care to be carried or held, but she will lay on a person’s chest for however long she deems appropriate. She also likes to cuddle next to legs on the recliner and loves her neck and ears scratched. She also enjoys brushing. She especially likes to ambush feet or other things from cat tunnels, loves to sit at the window and chirp at birds, chases bugs, fly’s if one comes in. but would prefer a household without dogs. Having one or more cats to play with would be a plus. We don’t know how she would behave around kids, especially since she does tend to nip occasionally but we are working on that. Dhakh’Ta is litter box trained, does well as an indoor cat, She is fine with dry food, and likes to spend time in cat trees. She likes high places.

Dhakh’Ta has a lot of love to give and wants to have lots of fun with a companion who can give her the time she demands. She is truly a wonderful cat.

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