Callie came into us as a stray and was sadly never claimed. She is a sweet-natured girl who can be a little nervous on occasion but soon gains in confidence and loves fuss and head tickles. When she came into us, she was bald around the rear end and in patches on her legs. She has seen the vet and we believe it was down to a flea allergy. She has been treated and will require regular flea treatment to help avoid potential flare-ups in the futures.
Callie will need to be the only pet in the home and could live with children 10+. She will want access to the outside once she is settled, so a home away from busy roads is vital. She will need regular, quality flea treatment to hopefully avoid any allergy flare ups.
Just like dogs it is important to introduce your new cat slowly into its new environment. Choose a safe place that is traffic free to initially settle them in and provide plenty of toys for them to play and chase. Providing a scratch matt or post will help discourage them from doing so on your furniture. Until the cat has settled it is important that the cat is kept indoors for a number of weeks. This along with grooming and interactive play will help develop your bond and ensure the cat is happy and settled in its new home.