Queen is a 6 year old black and white female who came into RSPCA care with 3 other cats after her owner became very ill and had to go into a hospice.
Queen has been neutered, vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and started on her vaccinations. Queen is quite overweight and so is currently on diet food hoping to get her fit again. She also has an eye infection at the moment that is being treated. She is a lovely cat that would make a great companion.
Here is what her fosterer had to say about her:
Queen is a big girl. Her name really suits her and she is definately in charge! She is a very chilled-out cat and has settled in to her foster home really quickly. She loves to be cuddled and loves a fuss but is also happy to be left alone. She doesn’t mind being picked up either, but you do need some strength.
I have been brushing her because she struggles with grooming all of her fur. The vet clipped some knots out of her fur so she has a little shaved spot on her back which will grow back. Her coat is very soft when it is brushed. I have been testing Queen with samples of diet food recommended by the vet and she eats this happily. Her appetite is not as big as I expected and she often leaves half a bowl and returns for it later. Queen has a very quiet meow, like a ‘chirp’, when she wants to sit with you or when she asks for food, it’s really appealing.
She uses the litter tray with no problems. She gets on with the other cat she is fostered with, she just ignores him. I think she would be just as happy to be alone.