Brie (Grey/White) & Cheddar (Black/White) are two sweet little sisters looking to find a happy home together. They are both gentle souls who would welcome a quiet, chilled out home. Brie is the shyest of the two and tends to hang back and observe. She will have a little sniff and enjoy some strokes but will need to get to know people before she commits to extra cuddles. Cheddar is much bolder and usually comes to say hello and get her fuss and head bumps. They both love their grub and enjoy some fun and games too. They could live with children aged around 16+ so long as they are confident and respectful around cats as Brie is a bit shy and will need a quieter home to find her paws in. So, if it’s more cheese please make sure you keep reading to be sure you can give them the fur-ever home they deserve…
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Both cats have had a few issues but they are ok now and need no treatment for any of their past issues. Brie developed a post op respiratory infection after neutering. She had vomited at the induction of her anesthetic and there was a possibility that she may have aspirated something into her lungs. She was given a course of antibiotics and has made a complete recovery. She was also licking at her spay wound which has now healed up well. Cheddar's spay wound (left flank) became infected two days post neutering. The wound needed to be debrided, flushed and re-sutured. It has now healed, and we have no further concerns. She also needed some eye treatment for some discharge from her eye which is all back to normal. Both cats were also a little bloated on arrival, but this has also settled down with parasite control. Lastly as with all of our cats both Brie & Cheddar have been behaviourally assessed and given preventative treatment at Mayhew in the form of microchipping, neutering, vaccinations (at least 1st) and flea and worming treatment.
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