Princess Leia is a very lovely lady who is pretty easy going. She likes to do her thing and enjoys some fuss or a snooze on the sofa. She is a dear little soul, who has a sweet nature and is getting more playful now that she doesn't have her babies in tow. She is developing each and every day and likes a good scratch behind the ear or if you're honoured a happy belly rub too. She could live with children aged 12+ so long as they are respectful and will make her feel happy and comfortable in the home as she gets to know you. So if you can be Leia’s Han and make sure she is never solo again make sure you keep on reading to find out about the rest of her re-homing requirements, a note from her current foster carers and a word on her medical history…
Leia had a bit of fur loss by her tail when she arrived and a a bit of constipation. This is all fine and she has had no problems since.
We’ve loved having Leia in the house and think that whoever adopts her will too. She is super-friendly and loves cheek rubs, nose bumps and belly strokes. She hasn’t had much time to play recently, having been busy raising three kittens, but when she does she shows she’s a lot of fun – she’s very fast and surprisingly strong. Generally, Leia is very low-maintenance but she is a fussy eater – she seems mainly to like fish-flavoured Felix, and a can of tuna as a treat. Overall we think Leia will make her new owner very happy.
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