September 11th, 2011


Hello everyone. My name is Juno and I am an 8 year old purebred siamese.  While I am actively seeking a forever home, I was always taught not to make public displays of self flattery so I am going to leave this ad up to my foster mom, director at the Pixie Project, Ms. Amy Sacks:

It would go without saying that I am an animal lover. I love all of the animals that pass through our rescue and I cherish each one for its individuality. Once in a while however, you get one that just truly melts your heart in a special way.   Well, that is Ms. Juno.  She came to us after a year on the street when her owners moved out and left her and the old sofa behind on the porch.  The kind neighbors fed her and being the resourceful girl that she is she got by drinking the water from freshly wattered gardens and managing to avoid the kitty gangs that were so prevalent in the alleys of her neighborhood. I received a call from a good friend that he could no longer see this kitty struggle to get by so I agreed to help.  And wow is she grateful. Ms. Juno is incredibly smart and engaged and absolutely loves everyone and everything she meets. She does wonderfully with other animals and has a love for life and fun that is contagious. She is playful and active but she is also hands down the #1 cuddler of all time.  Most of our animals get cute little stories with their own voice and their own history but for this girl I chose to use my own to truly convey that this is a special soul.  If you have considered a kitty but haven’t been sure, this is your girl. The lovely Ms. Juno while eagerly seeking her forever family would also love a foster home where there isn’t a jealous chihuahua or a foster mom that works all the time so for those of you who have considered fostering, now is the time.
This kitty will bring laughter joy and love into your home.  Is she your girl???

Contact me at  to learn more about this special girl


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