Siamese Cat Adoption

If you've been thinking about getting a Siamese, then Siamese cat adoption may be a good solution for you!

Not only will you end up with a beautiful Siamese cat, you'll also have the satisfaction of knowing that you've helped save a cat's life.

Siamese cat adoption is not for everyone though; there are some things to consider. Rescue cats can make wonderful pets, but they can also have some past issues that may come along with them.

A person interested in rescuing one of these cats needs to be patient and understanding.

Siamese cat rescue is not for you if:

  • You want a cat in a hurry
  • You don't want to deal with any issues that may arise
  • You want a certain age or breed

If none of these factors matter, then Siamese cat adoption could be your perfect fit.

There are several rescue centers across the United States, and all over the world. I'll list a few of the major ones in the US that you can contact.

All rescues centers give each cat a vet exam before adopting it out.

Vet work includes:

  • Blood testing for FeLV and FIV
  • Spay or neutering
  • Vet exam
  • Vaccines
  • Treating for fleas, worms and ear-mites
  • Blood work, if appropriate
  • Dental care on older cats

Most rescue centers have a few guidelines in adoption. The most common are: 

Not allowing the cats to go outside 

Cats can be returned to the rescue center if you find that they aren’t a good match 

No declawing 

Not only do these Siamese cat rescue centers give a complete medical exam to each cat, they also do research and screening for potential candidates who are interested in Siamese cat adoption. This could be through phone calls, house visits, or interviewing by yourself and any members of your home. This is all done to ensure that you and your Siamese cat are a good match for each other.

List of Siamese Cat Rescue Centers

Siamese Cat Rescue Center (SCRS) 

This organization works with rescue centers across America to help to help find good, loving homes for Siamese cats.

You can adopt a cat directly through the SCRS if you live in the eastern part of the US, from Florida to Maine, and as far inland as Indiana and Missouri.

The fee for adopting is $125, which includes vet work. Senior citizens have a discount, which makes it $100. Transportation over state lines will require a Health Certificate, which costs $20, and also requires the use of a pet carrier.

The application process is online. You can learn more about the Siamese Cat Rescue Center

Texas Siamese Rescue - Location: Coppell, Texas. 

Adoption fees range from $100 to $175, including vet work.

The application is on their website, but must be mailed in. They offer a transportation service, including two forms of air transport. The cabin fee is $80 for the cat’s airfare, plus $100 (at a minimum) for the transportation airfare.

Counter to counter service – For AA priority or similar, the total transport cost is $180.

Go to the Texas Siamese Rescue center to find out more.

Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue Center - Location: Greeley, Colorado.

Adoption fees are $125 for kittens up to one year of age, and $100 for cats that are older. This cost includes vet work.

The application for adoption must be mailed in, and can be found on their website.

To find out more about finding a Siamese cat in the Rocky Mountain area, visit the Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue

Pacific Siamese Rescue Center - Location: California. 

Was the former Northern California division of the California Siamese Rescue

Adoption fees are $125, which includes all vet work. An online application is available.

Find a Siamese through the Pacific Siamese Rescue

Southern California Siamese Rescue Center - Location: Agoura Hills, California. 

Adoption fees are $125, including all vet work. The application is to be mailed in, and is available on the website.

Rescue a Siamese cat in the southern California area by visiting the Southern California Siamese Rescue Center

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