Age: 3 years approx
Ref Number: 107
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Rehoming – Profile
Alice came into our care as a stray, she was heavily pregnant.
Behaviour observations on site:
When Alice first came into us she had lots of fur loss on her back end, had a limp and was heavily pregnant. We quickly got her into a foster home where she had her kittens and she is now ready to find a home of her own.
Even though Alice has had a rough start in life she really is the most loving and affectionate girl. She absolutely adores human company so would love her new owners to be around most of the time. She is happy to be held in your arms. Alice loves being fussed and she will gently pat your face if you stop stroking her. Alice is also very playful and loves rolling in catnip and chasing toys on a string.
Alice was the perfect cat in her foster home but she really doesn’t like the cattery environment so we’ve seen a change in her behaviour. We know that once she’s in her new forever home she will be back to the loving girl she is.
Alice has a very strong dislike to other cats so needs to be an only pet in a low cat populated area. She can live with children aged 10+ who will be gentle with her.
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the cat.
Alice has previously suffered with soft tissue damage and doesn’t have full rotation of her front left shoulder. She is currently on a pain relief trial and may be on medication for this long term if she develops arthritis in the joint. Alice came into us with fur loss on her back end which was likely down to a flea allergy so she will need a vet prescribed flea treatment each month. Alice has no other known medical conditions.
Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.
Alice cannot be homed in Southampton and her adoption fee is a minimum donation of £80.