Princess
  • Name: Princess
  • Location: On Site
  • Status: Available
  • Breed: Savannah
  • Age: D.O.B. 01.01.20
  • Sex: Female
  • Type of Road: Quiet/Rural
  • Time able to be left : Red/Amber: 3-4 hrs
  • Good with Children: 10+ years
  • Good with Dogs: Unknown
  • Good with Cats: See Details Below
  • Reason for Rehoming: Unable to Keep
  • Ideal Home: Loving Home with Lots of Company

Please adopt Princess.

Princess came to us when her owner sadly became unwell and could no longer cope with her energy levels. Princess, and her sister Bundle have been with us a while now, with no signs of a forever home.

Princess is an incredibly cuddly girl and loves morning snuggles and kisses with her regular carers.  She is quite vocal at feeding times and when she wants a fuss made of her and when the attention is not all on her! She enjoys playing but also enjoys a good snooze somewhere cosy, or in someone’s lap!

Typical to her breed she does need plenty of enrichment, so she eats her meals slowly in a slow feeder and keeps her clever mind busy!  She enjoys playing with string toys and balls, chasing them around, and she enjoys little puzzle feeders to get some extra treats!  Princess does need to be exercised regularly to keep in tip top condition as she does prefer snoozing some days!

Princess is looking for someone with experience of her breed or experience with cats of similar temperament.  She’s looking for a home with comfy places high and low to snooze and play.  Could you offer this gorgeous girl that home?

Princess came to us with her sister Bundle, but they struggled being in a pen together. They could potentially still be rehomed together if there is plenty of space and the right home came along.  Please contact the rehoming team for more information. Thank you so much.

To apply for Princess, (or Princess & Bundle) please email  [email protected]   stating your current situation & working hours and reasons for wanting to foster or adopt her.  Please note, we can only accept applications that match her needs.  Therefore, also consider if your work hours and situation will still be suitable on a long term basis.  Thank you.

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