Missy is a girl who knows her own mind, she might take a bit of time to settle in and get to know you but when she does she will be no bother at all. She is the sort of gal that will go from doing her own thing to then chilling next to you on the sofa and the more she trusts people the more she is enjoying her fuss sessions. She likes to play and loves her grub so that’s always a winner in the playbook for Missy and the more you get to know her you can see that any initial shyness and sass is just her figuring you out . She will need a calm home with people who understand her needs and will give her the time and space to come in to her own. Carry on reading below to find out more about the rest of her re-homing requirements and medical history as well as a word from her current Foster Carer…
Missy has had a clean & polish of her teeth as well as an extraction of one tooth. She was also given steroid treatment to help with gingivitis and along with her dental treatment this appears to be resolved. Dental health can be assisted with daily maintenance such as teeth cleaning of the pet by the owners. She does still have a resorptive lesion and a chipped upper left canine tooth which are stable and Mayhew vets don’t believe it is in her best interest to have these teeth extracted at this time. Adopters should be aware that there is the possibility that further dental work may be needed in the future if it was to cause any significant problems. When she arrived she also had a few teeth missing.
She is a lovely cat that you will form a good bond once you get to know her. Don’t confuse her initial timidness or paw swatting with her being uncomfortable. She is just confident enough to know what she does and doesn’t like and isn’t afraid to let you know either. She will come and greet me when I come home and will sit on the sofa as well so she just needs some time to get used to routines in her new home.
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