Reason for arrival
Owner had no time for a cat
Can live with children?
12 years and older
From my foster carer
She is a little furbear & has taken ownership of the flat quickly. She is not that interested in exercise or play but she hikes through the flat & we keep animating her. Though she caught & ate a fly the other day. That was the fastest I've seen her move. She gives us lots of headbumps & cuddles & talks. She is a very pleasant & super friendly cat. Tolerates handling extremely well & can sleep everywhere. Very attentive to what happens outside.She is very curious & wants to know whatever we're doing, otherwise a very chilled & independent cat. Not so much a lap cat but she is very affectionate & always talks & seeks answers. She loves sitting in bags & boxes.
Grooming is also one of her favourites & has never been grumpy towards us.
Stunning Charlotte is hoping to find a kindred spirit who understands all about dieting! Unfortunately she has eaten a few too many (mince) pies, but her diet is going well and this will need to be continued in her new home. Whilst Charlotte does need a garden, she prefers to use a litter tray indoors rather than toilet outside. Charlotte has a heart murmur which may sound scary but is something you simply need to monitor. They grade a heart murmur out of 6 and she is a 3. She currently needs no treatment for this and we have checked her heart to make sure there is no sign of heart disease and this has come back as a negative for any issues. A Heart murmur is simply a slightly irregular pattern to the heart beat.