Snow

Details

  • Status - Adopted
  • Breed - Domestic short haired
  • Sex - Female
  • Age - 8 years (approx)
  • Vaccinated - Yes

Homing Criteria

  • Possible home with children
  • Home with a secure garden or supervised outdoor time
  • Possible could be homed with Una or with another cat

Description

Snow is an 8 year old girl who is very friendly. She is quite adventurous and likes to climb around in her pen. She loves to have a fuss made of her.

Snow came in with Una, and showed some signs that they were not the best of friends. We have separated them and they seem happy apart. We would consider homing them as a pair as in a home where they have more space to 'do their own thing', we feel they would be happy enough together. 

Both cats have always had their annual vaccinations. However, in 2018, after a spell in a boarding cattery, they both had flu-like symptoms. They have no shown any symptoms since but we are treating them as potential carriers. Their new owners should keep up annual vaccinations.

Click our link below to fill out our questionnaire, if you are interested in Snow.

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