Elsa came into the centre after her previous owner sadly passed away.
When first at the centre, she was very quiet and enjoyed her own space, receiving
small fusses when she wanted it. We decided to give Elsa a break from cattery life
and go into a foster home, and now she is a totally different cat. She enjoys a lap
to sit on and loves to receive as much fuss as she can get her paws on. Her
favourite past time consists of dozing on a nice soft blanket in a nice warm spot.
Elsa may also be hard of hearing which doesn't seem to get her down but does
mean she get less disturbed sleep!
When admitted to the centre, we discovered Elsa has hyperthyroidism, high
blood pressure and arthritis too. All of these are being controlled by medication
which she eats in her food. The branch will help with funding towards this medication.
Do you have the perfect retirement home for this elderly girl?
- Breed: Domestic short-haired
- Gender: Female
- Age: Senior
- Living with other animals: I cannot live with a dog, I cannot live with another cat
- Family Situation: May live with older children (8+ years)
- Reference: CA1059