Status: Adopted

Breed: Siamese

Gender: Female

Siamese, female, senior

I'm a quiet senior citizen named Dorrie. I'm a Seal Point Siamese cat with quite lovely coloring. Although many Siamese are known for being talkative, thus far the folks at Friends would have to say I'm pretty quite. It's also likely I've had a difficult life. They can certainly say that it's been quite a while since I've visited a vet prior to finding my way to Friends' doors. I recently underwent dental surgery to have most of my teeth removed. My choppers were in pretty bad shape. In fact, the vet said that on a scale of 1 to 4, with 1 being the best and 4 being the worst, my teeth were a =""! Eeks! So I'm feeling much better now to have all those icky toofers gone. Plus I get plenty of yummy, tuna-flavored canned food from the staff and volunteers at Friends rather than that dry old kibble all the time - there are some advantages to age, I'd have to say. As an older lass, I'm looking to find a quiet, stable home. Sure, those youngins enjoy all the playmates and activity of communal living at the Friends cattery, but we older ladies need more rest and peace. Would you consider taking me home with you where I can spend my golden years in peace, relaxing knowing that I'm getting the loving care I need?

To view a video clip of me, Dorrie, <click here>.

If you’re interested in adopting me or one of the other fabulous felines at FOHA, complete FOHA's online cat adoption application.

For more information about me, or about FOHA's adoption process, contact my volunteer friends at 703-385-0224 or


Dorrie is sponsored in memory of Kat, "our very special Siamese mix who wandered into our lives and captured our heart -- 1998-2012."

Dorrie is sponsored by Stephan L. in honor of daughter Alicia.

Dorrie's medication has been sponsored until December 2013 by our great Treasure Hound customers.

Behavior Key (for icons shown above on dog's profile)

    - Good With Dogs / - Not Good With Dogs / - Not Good With Cats / - Good With Kids /

- No Children Under 12 - No Children

Dorrie's Wall

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