Sparkles, a black and white female cat currently lives with other cats, but dreams of having a home where she is the only cat and gets all the attention. She loves eating, attention from her human/s (she will gently head butt your leg to let you know she cares) sitting on peoples laps and following them around the house and garden (a bit of a dog-cat), sleeping, playing and rolling around on the deck in the sunshine. She also adores it when humans make soft eyes at her. Please note, she does NOT like to be picked up.
She needs someone who will be happy to control the size of her meals so she can reach and maintain a healthy weight. She also needs to be brushed several times a week as despite having short hair, she sheds a lot of hair. Sparkles is a cat that knows what she wants, does NOT like to be picked up and needs a home with no other cats, dogs or young children - older children should be fine. She would suit someone who has experience with cats and knows them well.
Sparkles is about 7 years old, spayed, micro-chipped and up to date with her cat flu vaccinations. Her last vaccination in May 2019, is recorded in her Health Record book, if she needs to go to a cattery while her new owner is on holiday.
Although I will miss her very much, I believe she will be happiest as an only cat so am happy to let her go to a home that I think would suit her.
If, after reading through this listing, you think you can offer Sparkles a good home with the above requirements, please private message me.
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