Phyllis was found as a stray cat alongside her two siblings John and Humphrey. They were both quite poorly when they arrived and the pair have done really well to turn the corner and be happy little kittens once more. Phyllis was the runt of the litter but has not let that hold her back as she is a plucky little cat who is ever so curious. She purrs as soon as you look at her and is quite the adventurous soul. She is a tough little go getter who will enjoy being the Centre of attention and will be truly appreciative of a nice warm bed and a place to call home. Humphrey is Ying to Phyllis Yang and is cheeky little boy who likes to wrestle and have fun. He is a loveable little scamp who is a proper nosey parker and between them they will definitely keep you on your toes.
Phyllis and Humphrey are ok to be left for up to 4 hours a day. They can live with sensible children aged around 10 years so long as they are respectful and the duo like who they meet. Every adoption is unique and we want to make sure all our cats are happy and cared for so we recommend pet insurance and you must register with a local vet. Vet costs vary so please look into the expense involved in caring for a cat. Phyllis has been neutered, microchipped, 1st vaccine (at least) given and is up to date with flea & worm treatments. She has also been health checked and behaviourally assessed which all help to guide our re-homing criteria. Phyllis and Humphrey were quite poorly when they arrived. They were dehydrated and anemic and were covered in fleas. They have also had intermittent soft motions which are on the mend and both felines are eating better and are much stronger then when they got to Mayhew. Humphrey has a very mild heart murmur which is likely caused by his anemic state on arrival and the amount of fleas on him. A heart murmur in a young rapidly growing kitten is often classed as "innocent" or "physiologic" and is not due to a defect in the heart itself. If the new owner wishes Mayhew will see Humphrey back when he is 6 months old to recheck whether the heart murmur is still present. In the unlikely event that it is, we would recommend a full workup at your own private vet.
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