KELLY

It’s been a while since she came to us, in that time she’s learned to be a house cat from the resident cats. They’ve done a good job I have to say, she enjoys hangings out with them both.

She’s accepting her foster mums attentions and will even allow being stroked. Not bad for a cat who was literally shaking with fear not that long ago, admittedly she wasn’t and isn’t aggressive.

Like the large majority of cats who come to us from the street. When they’re ready and of course in their own time they come round and enjoy life in a home.

(UD: 19/07)


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