Hello, my name is Kitty

Kitty

A little bit about me..

Kitty is a very lovely 12 year old female cat looking for a new home due to a very sad change in circumstances with her previous owners. 

Kitty has lived most of her life as a free spirit, wandering around a horse yard and cattery, keeping staff and customers happy while they wait to be seen. Unfortunately the establishment has closed and so Kitty hopes to find a loving residential home to enjoy in her retirement years. Since the cattery has closed Kitty has been living in a foster home, and she has adapted to life as a house cat with enthusiasm and ease. She loves all the creature comforts a home has to offer and has well and truly got her foster mum wrapped around her little paw!

Kitty loves nothing more than tickles and stroke, which over the years she has had on tap in abundance, she would always come and sit with you on a bench in the sunshine, nowadays she can be found keeping a close on neighbourhood activities from the various windowsills around the house. Of and evening she loves nothing more than to snuggle up next to you on the sofa for a relaxing evening of soaps and dramas. 

Kitty is very affectionate and loving with a great personality and lots of character, she is still a lively, active lady who loves to bat a ball around or chase a bit of string. And her absolute favourite is something soaking in catnip! 

Click Here to see a short video of Kitty in action. 

Kitty would best suit a home as an only pet, with adult owners and she must have direct access to a garden she can potter about in. 

Recently it has become apparent that Kitty has an over active thyroid gland. In order to combat the problems caused by an over active thyroid, such as sever weight loss despite a healthy appetite, Kitty is on daily thyroid tablets indefinitely.

 

 

 

Key features

  • Over 11 Years
  • Black & white
  • Female
  • Outdoors.

Requirements to adopt me

Annual costs of having a cat...

Can you afford a cat?

The cost of owning a cat would be in the region of £360 per year as a rough guide.

  • Can you afford £5 per week for cat food?
  • Can you afford £10 per month for pet insurance? Pet insurance in an essential part of being a pet owner and with a cats lifespan being 16 years upwards you need to be ready for the unexpected – what will you do if your pet develops an illness? Can you find the £150 plus to diagnose the problem? Modern veterinary care means that it is possible to treat serious injuries and illnesses successfully, but such treatment can be complex and very expensive. Vets bills continue to rise and pet insurance will give you the peace of mind that should something happen to your pet, bills will not a problem.
  • Can you afford the vet bills throughout your cat’s life?
  • Can you afford your cat’s annual vaccination booster of around £35 per year?
  • Can you afford to board your cat or arrange for friends or family to look after your cat while you are on holiday?
  • Can you afford regular preventative treatment against fleas and worms?

Cat adoption charges

Adult cat (over 6 months of age) £80.00

Kitten (6 months and under) £90.00

These charges will include:

  • A health check plus flea treatment and worming
  • Microchipping
  • First vaccination
  • Neutering (for kittens too young to be neutered at the time of adoption a voucher will be provided to cover the cost of this procedure at a specified local vet)

If you would like to go ahead and adopt a cat or kitten then view those currently available and simply click on the contact us button

Phone: (020) 8966 9688 or Email: info@rspcamiddlesex.org.uk

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