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SHERLOCK – SEAL POINT SIAMESE

Life Span: 11 - 15 years

Average Weight: 9 - 14 lbs

Affectionate with family: Extremely

Amount of Shedding: Less than average

Easy to Groom: Extremely

Friendly toward strangers: Sometimes

General Health: Fairly Good

Intelligence: Highly Intelligent

Kid Friendly: Extremely

Pet Friendly: Extremely

Potential for Playfulness: Very High

Tendency to Vocalize: Very High

 

MYCROFT – LILAC POINT SIAMESE

Life Span: 11 - 15 years

Average Weight: 9 - 14 lbs

Affectionate with family: Extremely

Amount of Shedding: Less than average

Easy to Groom: Extremely

Friendly toward strangers: Sometimes

General Health: Fairly Good

Intelligence: Highly Intelligent

Kid Friendly: Extremely

Pet Friendly: Extremely

Potential for Playfulness: Very High

Tendency to Vocalize: Very High

 

WATSON – BRITISH SHORTHAIR

Life Span: 12 - 17 years

Average Weight: 12 - 18 lbs

Affectionate with family: Moderately

Amount of Shedding: Moderate

Easy to Groom: Very

Friendly toward strangers: Usually

General Health: Very Good

Intelligence: Above Average

Kid Friendly: Usually

Pet Friendly: Usually

Potential for Playfulness: Moderate

Tendency to Vocalize: Low

 

MORIARTY – SINGAPURA

Life Span: 11 - 15 years

Average Weight: 4 - 7 lbs

Affectionate with family: Extremely

Amount of Shedding: Less than average

Easy to Groom: Very

Friendly toward strangers: Almost Always

General Health: Very Good

Intelligence: Highly Intelligent

Kid Friendly: Usually

Pet Friendly: Usually

Potential for Playfulness: High

Tendency to Vocalize: Very Low

 

IRENE ADLER – TURKISH ANGORA

Life Span: 12 - 18 years

Average Weight: 7 - 19 lbs

Affectionate with family: Extremely

Amount of Shedding: Less than average

Easy to Groom: Extremely

Friendly toward strangers: Usually

General Health: Fairly Good

Intelligence: Above Average

Kid Friendly: Sometimes

Pet Friendly: Sometimes

Potential for Playfulness: Very High

Tendency to Vocalize: Average

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YES.

But what if your pet store only brings animals from the shelter???

This is true. Most pet stores (petsmart, petsupermarket, petco, etc) nowadays take the overflow from local humane societies, shelters, and animal control; in Florida, at least. Not everyone has the time to find a shelter and go there. This way, they can go to a local pet store and see if an animal is up for adoption.

A month ago, my mom found a kitten walking around her workplace site. I went down there and took it to the local animal care service center. The local human society wouldn’t take strays (they only take in the healthy ones who have passed examination at the animal care center). After a few days, the kitten was given a clean bill of health and placed in a pet store (either petco or petsupermarket) as the humane society had no room currently. The kitten was quickly adopted.

Most pet stores aren’t to blame. It’s the BREEDERS who you should be wary of.

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