Monday, July 13, 2020

Pets of the Week: Mari and Lily, Bonded Siamese Cats for Adoption

Add Mari and Lily to your Garden!

Mari and Lily are two beautiful Siamese cats who came to the Coronado Animal Care Facility when their human moved to an assisted living facility that does not allow cats. These two stately and serene ladies would love to live out their golden years together in a home that showers them with love and affection.

  • These two beauties are sweet and curious, and attentive to their human friends.

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    Mari and Lily have the regal look unique to Siamese cats, and they aren’t afraid to strut their stuff.

  • Mari has the markings of a Seal Point Siamese, while Lily has a paler coat revealing her Lilac Point Siamese distinction.

  • Mari and Lily are bonded and must be adopted together.

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Mari’s Stats: female, 11 years old, Seal Point Siamese, DSH, spayed, microchip implant, tested negative for FeLV & FIV, dewormed, flea preventative applied

Lily’s Stats: female, 11 years old, Lilac Point Siamese, DSH, spayed, microchip implant, tested negative for FeLV & FIV, dewormed, flea preventative applied

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Adoption fee – $50 for the pair

Are you looking for two beautiful felines to add some beauty and affection to your home?  Come meet Mari and Lily today at the Coronado Animal Care Facility!   If you have questions, you can contact the cat adoption team through the PAWS website or call Bob at 619-840-9727.  And please check out Mari and Lily’s full profiles!

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PAWS of Coronado
PAWS of Coronado
PAWS of Coronado was established in 2003. PAWS manages the Coronado Animal Care Facility and cares for the orphaned cats and dogs of Coronado while they find them their forever homes.


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