Daisy is a 3 year old female Tabby and White cat who came into RSPCA care along with 3 other cats. Their previous owner was an alcoholic and when she was evicted from her home she left the cats behind. Daisy is quite confident and enjoys being stroked. She is quite vocal and like to ‘talk’ to you. Daisy has been flea treated, wormed, neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.
She is currently fostered in Congleton. She is quite keen to explore the outside world although this is not permitted in foster care so she would benefit from a home where she can be allowed outdoors. Daisy is a playful little thing and very friendly. She would make a wonderful lap cat as she enjoys nothing more then curling up on her fosterer’s knee and falling asleep. Daisy is currently fostered with Poppy but they do not seem overly close and so they are fine to be re-homed seperately. As she has lived in a multi-cat household previously she will be fine being re-homed with existing cats.
*Update from foster family*
Daisy is coming on well at her foster home and is now starting to relax. She is happy for her fosterer to pick her up and stroke her but she is not an overly cuddly cat. Daisy can be a little timid and is quite scared of strangers so any adopter would have to be prepared to give her the time she needs to settle in and be comfortable. Daisy enjoys being groomed and will happily let you brush her for hours. Daisy is a little wary of the fosterers grandchildren and so would be best re-homed with older, quieter children.