Age: 1 year approx
Ref Number: 102
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Rehoming – Profile
Freya came into us as a stray.
Behaviour observations on site:
Freya came into us in quite a state. She was very underweight and had a poorly eye which required an entropion operation. It did take her a little while to settle as she was having eye drops administered 7 times a day and was wearing a cone of shame!
Once the eye drops stopped she became much more relaxed around us and was happy to head butt your hand for lots of fuss. Once Freya had her cone removed she was like a completely different cat. She has really come out of her shell and loves to be fussed and is starting to show she has a playful side. Freya loves rolling around for a tummy tickle and has a very strong purr on her!
Even though Freya is growing in confidence she is still incredibly nervous of any loud noises or sudden movements so would be best suited as an only pet in an adult only home. She would love her new owners to be around a lot of the time, she really enjoys human company once she gets to know you. She will make her new owners very happy indeed.
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.
Freya has recovered well from her entropion operation and has no known medical issues.
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.
Freya cannot be homed in Southampton and her adoption fee is a minimum donation of £80.