Princess – Rehomed

Name:

Princess

Age:

9 Years Old

Breed:

Domestic Shorthair

Sex:

Female

Colour:

Tabby

Description:

Hi my name is Princess and I’m a 9 year old tabby looking for a new home. Unfortunately my owners had allergies and could no longer keep me so I was brought to the JSPCA. I arrived last month and am now ready for my forever home.

I adore attention and being fussed, I am very well behaved and only ever got feisty in my last home when the children were being too full on. I can live with children 6+ as long as they are sensible with me. I have lived with a cat before so I am happy to be rehomed with another cat again. I have also lived with a dog before but I did used to give it a smack if it got too much so I am happy to live with a calm dog who will respect my space. I need an outdoor space to explore when I’ve settled in as well.

Reception will need to see a utility bill with your name and address on and if you live in rented accommodation please bring landlord permission in with you to make the rehoming process quicker.

I look forward to meeting you all.

 

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