Buttercup is already pretty bold and confident and loves to play. She welcomes in new faces to say hello and is not bothered by the hoover either. Like her brother Dandelion she loves to investigate an empty box and enjoys climbing but is not quite as adept at it as he is. She will curl up on your lap and happily run up your legs to get there. She could live with children aged 6+ so long as they are confident and respectful as we would love her to stay as happy and friendly as she is now. So if you want to know why Buttercup builds you up but hopefully not to let you down keep on reading to find out about the rest of her re-homing requirements…
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Buttercup could live with her brother Dandelion or on her own. Buttercup can sometimes get annoyed when they play because Dandelion is bigger and stronger than her which is something to consider if you take on both cats. She could also possibly live with a dog. However your own dog must have lived with a cat in the past and actively got on well together. Buttercup has not been tested with dogs but her temperament suggests she could live with the right kind of canine so long as it's a good fit for her and for your dog, as the last thing we want to do is create an unnecessarily unhappy home. In terms of her health Buttercup was the smallest in a litter of kittens. We were concerned as she was so much smaller than her siblings. She received additional supportive care including syringe feeding and began to gain weight and thrive. She is now a normal weight for her age. We did not identify any cause for this and do not anticipate any concerns regarding this in the future.
Buttercup is energetic, and happy. She loves human attention when she is not exploring or playing. She follows you around, and will climb up into your lap for a snooze or being stroked on her chin.
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